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Botwiki blog ΒΆ

Botwiki Interview: Nora Reed

Discussing Twitter, bots, and reasons to stay hopeful.

Poll: Multi-network bots and followers

Does Twitter get your bot the most followers?

Poll: Bots and public data

Would you take $5,000 to shut down your bot?

Twitter officially released v2 of their API

Manage tweets and lists, tweet to Super Followers, and yes, you can post polls now!

Twitter adds labeling for #GoodBots

Twitter is testing an opt-in labeling for Good Bots.

New bots ΒΆ

Imaginary Tubes

Made up tube maps.

FCC Space Licenses

Sharing notices of any FCC and ITU applications for space vehicles.



Moby Dick at Sea

It is not down in any map; true places never are.


Bot que crea jardines.


No more re-using your old screams!

New resources ΒΆ


A tool for authoring and implementing tracery grammars in Twine.

Tracery to Twine

Use Tracery with Twine, an open-source tool for telling interactive, nonlinear stories

Cheap Bots, Toot Sweet!

This site will help you make a Mastobot!

Tracery Writer

Tracery code editor.

Making a bot that tweets a random image

Share images from a Google Drive folder using Python and PipeDream.

Using Twitter bots for data visualization

Twitter bots can be an effective method for data visualization.

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