- Worldwide Rank #405,446
- Follower/Following Ratio 5.35
- Daily New Followers 5
WWWTXT (1980-94) Twitter Stats
@wwwtxt - Tracking WWWTXT (1980-94) Twitter profile since March 15, 2012
Revisit the early Internet with real online conversations (1980-94) — Selections by @DANIEL_REHN [not-a-bot]
WWWTXT (1980-94)'s story
WWWTXT (1980-94), also known as @wwwtxt has a reasonably significant presence on Twitter and is ranked by us in the 40% percentile for account strength. Active on Twitter since October 2010, WWWTXT (1980-94) made it to having an enviable 26,568 Twitter followers and to being ranked 405,446 for number of followers among all Twitter users.
Uh-oh... seems like someone has fallen asleep while on duty and is dropping in social relevance. The plot thickens when considering WWWTXT (1980-94)'s follower-to-following ratio, which is 5.35.
@wwwtxt doesn't tweet all that much, with an average of 0 tweet(s) per day in the past 30 days. That's pretty consistent with a total of 3,793 since @wwwtxt joined Twitter.
It seems like WWWTXT (1980-94) is heard on Twitter, with an audience attentiveness score of 37%, which stems from being tracked on 496 Twitter lists and normalized to their 26,568 followers.
This account is tracked by us for quite some time now, actually since March 2012. As of January 23 2018 we track 285616699 Twitter accounts, so feel free to search for other accounts you're interested in and reveal their Twitter story!
WWWTXT (1980-94) Tweets
@wwwtxt has posted 18 tweets in the last 30 days, which translates to an average of 0 tweets per day.
WWWTXT (1980-94) Twitter Followers
@wwwtxt has 26,568 followers on Twitter.
This account is #405,446 in the worldwide rank of the most popular Twitter users.
WWWTXT (1980-94) Following on Twitter
@wwwtxt is following 4,963 Twitter accounts.
Last month this account followed 21 users.
WWWTXT (1980-94) Predictions & Milestones
@wwwtxt will hit 27,049 followers in the next 3 months, and 28,520 in one year.
You are on WWWTXT (1980-94)'s Twitter stats page
In 1995, commercialization, a swelling population, and the multimedia revolution began to shape Web 1.0 and the modern Internet. 1980–94 represent the final years of a much smaller, non-commercial, and text-dominated Internet.
The users of this era were not only programmers, physicists, and university residents—they were also tinkerers, early-adopters, whiz kids, and nerds. Their conversations and documents—valiantly preserved by digital archivists—are fractured across numerous services, increasingly offline-only, and incredibly voluminous (100GB+).
WWWTXT digs deep and resurrects the voices of these digital pioneers as unedited, compelling, and insightful 140-character excerpts.