Tweetlite flashes Twitter messages in Morse code

"Tweetlite" is a Arduino-powered plexiglass cube that displays a person's Twitter stream in LED flashes of Morse code. That would probably drive me nuts (although its creator Bruce Drummond does make a good point about its usefulness as a Morse code learning aid), but I've always been a sucker for ambient lights communicating status, even if in practice it can be a bit tedious.
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6 Responses to Tweetlite flashes Twitter messages in Morse code

  1. royaltrux says:

    @#2 i I crashed in to the river while trying to read that. Bad idea for road signs…

  2. Scuba SM says:

    @2 and 4,

    That’d make people pay attention to the flashing yellow and flashing red lights at intersections…

  3. royaltrux says:

    Older amateur radio operators who tweet will love it. I’m assuming that is a small demographic, though. The small demographic thing is also probably why Morse code is not generally offered as an input method for texting on regular cell phones. I wish it was…

  4. Anonymous says:


  5. dross1260 says:

    -… .-. .. -.. –. . — ..- – .- …. . .- -..

  6. huntsu says:

    This may be stupider than the pet rock.

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