Tweet Towel the perfect Present for Twitter technophobes

Posted on Oct 28 2010 - 11:07am by Richard Sharp

I have spent many an hour trying to explain to my mum what Twitter is – I really need visual aids when talking technology to her. Thankfully there may be a new product that could help.

WE ARE WHAT WE DO, the social movement behind the Anya Hindmarch ‘I’m NOT a Plastic Bag’ shopper and Historypin, has come up with the new cult gift for this Christmas, the Tweet Towel.

The Tweet Towel collides old fashioned crafts with digital social networking to create a customised tea towel bearing an embroidered, personal tweet of 140 characters or less. The perfect gift for grandmas that don’t tweet or kids that don’t cross stitch and a great way of getting the generations talking!

The £10 Tweet Towel offers an inventive way to give a personal present this Christmas…and raise lots of money for charity at the same time – all profits go to We Are What We Do’s campaign to help close the damaging gap between older and young generations.

Tea towel tweeters can visit WE ARE WHAT WE DO’s site from mid-October to enter their short message, which will be embroidered and delivered within three to five days. A genius gift with a touch on nostaligia thrown in for good measure.

What would you put on the tweet towel?

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Richard Sharp is the founder of gadgetsandgizmos.org. He loves technology, gadgets (comes with the territory) and social media. You'll find him writing features, attending events and playing with cool tech. Life's good.

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