Twitter will celebrate its eighth birthday tomorrow by making it easy to find anyone's first tweet
For those worrying about how to celebrate Twitter's eighth birthday tomorrow the social network has taken the initiative. Users can now find their very first tweet, or perhaps more interestingly, the first tweet of anyone else.
Twitter has updated its Discover section to include a #FirstTweet menu where any Twitter handle can be typed in to display that user's first tweet. That includes the exact date and time it was published.
There is also a button to "Tweet it", taking meta to a whole new self-indulgent level. And for those that blush at the site of what they've written there's an option to delete the tweet by clicking on the date and time section.
The Pocket-lint team had a pretty broad mix of topics over the varying times we joined the Twitter movement.
Head over to Twitter and type your Twitter handle in to find what your first tweet utterance was.