Test Your Twitter Knowledge
Some love Twitter, others love to hate it, and you definitely know about it. The question is how much. Ready to find out?
The "octo-" prefix refers to the eight points on the popular symbol, but the "thorpe" remains a mystery.
#DidYouKnow, a pteranodon is a flying dinosaur, in case you didn't know.
The Twitter "fail whale" shows a cheerful whale held up by equally happy-looking birds.
American graduate James Karl Buck tweeted the word “arrested” when he was taken into custody in Egypt. Friends got in touch with US authorities who arranged to get him released.
Twitter's first CEO Jack Dorsey sent this very first tweet on March 21, 2006.
#OscarsSoWhite began as a hashtag for jokes about how many white people are nominated for Oscars, but soon became a way to raise consciousness about the need for greater diversity and inclusion.
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