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Woofer – The reverse Twitter, where 1400 characters is minimum!

Think Twitter’s 140 characters is too limiting? Are you tired of forcing yourself to think small? Try Woofer, a new initiative that forces you to think big. Instead of having to subdue your thoughts and bring it under a maximum character limit, you have a minimum character limit to cover – 1400 characters!


Woofer, that calls themselves Macroblogging, was started as an experiment to see what people did when they have a minimum character requirement, and have fun. Woofer encourages users to be more eloquent, use adverbs and get rid of abbreviations. Eloquence? from Internet trolls? duh!

No wonder, the average “woof” looks like this:


[via The Next web]


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