Today, Twitter dropped a hot new tool that lets users find out what their first tweets were. For some, those first tweets might just be a few scrolls away, but for some long time users, that first tweet could feel like ages ago.
The company dropped the tool to celebrate its eighth birthday. In order to find out your first tweet, go here. From the page, you'll be able to retweet that tweet out to all of your new followers to let them know how much of a geek you were back in the day.
To continue Twitter's birthday party, here are the first tweets of its founders:
just setting up my twttr— Jack Dorsey (@jack) March 21, 2006
just setting up my twttr— Biz Stone (@biz) March 21, 2006
just setting up my twttr— Ev Williams (@ev) March 21, 2006
Yup. They're all the same, complete with Twitter's original code name. (We didn't say the party was going to be fun.)
The first tweet of Twitter's CEO, Dick Costolo, isn't great either:
Dick costolo— dick costolo (@dickc) May 28, 2007