— Alex Howard (@digiphile) September 21, 2012
Users might able to download all of their past tweets by the end of the year, according to reports from those attending Twitter CEO Dick Costolo’s talk at the Online News Association conference. In response to Emily Bell, Director of Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia’s Journalism School, Costolo said he would like to see the feature “Before the end of the year,” given their engineers’ capacity. In other words, being able to download your tweets is now a priority. Update: Twitter has confirmed to TechCrunch’s report of Costolo’s talk.
The two biggest alternatives to Twitter, Facebook, and Google+ both allow users to download some of their information. Past tweets contain valuable information, such as links to…
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