Where possible, I archive tweet data for embedding in posts. Any tweets I have archived this way are also listed here.
I use my twarchive project, which includes both a Python script for downloading and processing tweet data and a Hugo theme for displaying it.
In each tweet, I record the date I retrieved it from the Twitter API. Click the question mark in the bottom right corner to see it.
Images in the tweets are
data: URIs with the full sized image also archived.
Because Chromium browsers do not permit the top level frame to navigate to
clicking on images will create an iframe and display the image in an iframe.
This is a crappy hack, but it does work.
If a tweet links to another tweet, that is a “quote tweet”. Only a single level of QT is shown, just like on Twitter.
- Thread support could use some improvement. I can make threads like this one, but that version lacks nice pagination and is slow to download.
- My script that grabs tweets uses only the v1.1 API. This means it cannot see everything. The most notable lack is that of polls.
All archived tweets
Every tweet archived on this site