Have you noticed the new trend on Twitter these days? Significant Historical Events come back to life and tweet like they were happening right now!
Titanic, Parliament, American scandals and John F. Kennedy are some of these important and historical events that are “breathing” again through this trend.
No doubt that the latest live tweet should – and it actually is- President’s Kennedy’s assassination. And under the @JFK_1963 twitter account, you can see the events of November 22th 1963 as they happened, as well as links from primary and trustworthy source documents.
Do your remember Titanic? No no, I don’t refer to Leonardo di Caprio’s cinematic appearnce, but to Captain Edward John Smith ship who tells her own history live on @TitanicRealTime.
Do you like reviewing historical moments through Twitter?
If you have spotted other Historical Events to happen Live on your Twitter, let us know!
- TweetReach – Your Analytics Tool for Twitter
- See the Top Trending Links Shared on Facebook and Twitter
- Twitter New Inline Images Will Increase Engagement
You might also like
More from Twitter
Twitter is testing a new timeline layout where videos and pictures span their width from edge-to-edge on the screen.
Twitter is looking to refine privacy tools and testing one that allows to prevent people from seeing tweets without removing …
Twitter has introduced Safety Mode, a seven-day automatic block for abusive accounts. Users can also revise and revoke the block.
Twitter is refining options for users to limit unwanted interactions or notification clutter with a new 'Leave This Conversation' feature.
Twitter is launching Spaces lookup and Spaces Search endpoints to let developers build tools around its live audio feature.