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National Audubon Society Makes Your Tweets Birdlike

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What do you do when The Onion suggests that @BarackObama has called your client “a bunch of pathetic dorks?" on Twitter?That happened to the National Audubon Society last week in a fake epic Twitter battle which resulted in@BarackObama giving a #FF (Follow Friday) to the bird conservation organisation. So Goodby Silverstein & Partners (GSP) decided to get its client in on the joke.

Together with Swedish music production company Dinahmoe, they created tweetyourtweet.com fo the National Audubon Society. The site matches bird chirps to the corresponding tones/letters (a, b, c, d, e, f, g) in your tweets, so each tweet becomes musical.

 

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