by Jenni Chasteen
There’s nothing more tedious than updating twitter with your cell phone, right? Wrong! Apparently there is something more tedious: updating twitter with a rotary phone. Filed under “why the hell was this invented?” and “because we can” the Tweetphone allows you to compose and send tweets using this archaic and strange device our ancestors called a rotary telephone. In order to “type” a letter you have to choose the corresponding number, which is kinda weird considering rotary phones don’t have letters. Once you’ve dialed all 140 characters, just hang up and your message will appear on twitter. Of course you’ll never see it because you live in the 1950’s, but hey man—it’s vintage.