What this clever plugin does it notice all the tweets you write after the one in which you include a code string, and adds those tweets to a blog post.
To end the Twitter live blogging session, you add a closing code in a tweet.
So not only do you get the individual tweets, you also get all those tweets aggregated into a single blog post in chronological order, as the screenshot suggests, automatically published by the plugin to your blog and updated as you continue tweeting.
It brings to mind one such Twitter session I did in November 2007: live tweet a government apology about data losses and then add all the tweets into a blog post: a wholly manual process that was prone to errors and extremely time consuming.
The Twitter LiveBlog plugin is simple to use, although maybe too simple for me as I misunderstood the instructions when I started.
The only thing Iâ€
For instance, in my experiment, I installed the plugin on my tech blog, the output from which the screenshot at top is taken.
In any event, I think itâ€
Incidentally, I found out about the plugin from a Twitter LiveBlog post from Cuba (a great example of how this plugin can be used) that I came across while researching about Cuban rums.