The easiest way to tweet a storm!

I've been playing around with browser-based Twitter writing tools for a while, and finally have something to show for it. A cool little app called Little Pork Chop.

Say you have a complicated idea to express, too much to fit in a 140-character tweet. Go to Little Pork Chop, and type it in. Edit it, tweak it up. As you're typing you'll see a preview of how it's going to break up your text into 140-character tweets. You can add a "hard" return anywhere to cause it to start a new one.

Do a little editing. Think about it a bit. Are you ready?

If so, hit the blue button and Little Pork Chop sends your tweets out to the world, one per second. No delays.

As I developed it, I sent lots of tweets to my test account. And early this afternoon, it was ready for me to trust it with my main Twitter account. I put out two mini-storms, nothing like a @pmarca burst, and everyone seemed to be happy. No clue, apparently that I was using anything special to do it.


We don't retain any information about you, nor do we retain any ability to post to Twitter, or read anything from your Twitter account. That information is stored locally only on your own computer. You can erase it simply by signing off.

If you use Little Pork Chop to post to a private Twitter feed, read this important note.

Why Little Pork Chop?

  1. There's a bigger pork chop lurking in the shadows.

  2. I like the name.

  3. It has the word "chop" in it, which is what it does -- chops your tweets into delicious 140-character morsels.

Version 0.42

A new version is out with lots of fixes and features.

Version 0.48

New version supports hashtags.


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Last built: Wed, Jul 9, 2014 at 11:23 AM

By Dave Winer, Friday, June 6, 2014 at 8:14 PM. Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain.