Your name or Twitter handle will be incorporated into the You're All Awesome Necklace, where each name will be laser-etched into a piece of acrylic and hung on a chain, taking pride of place on a wall and as a big photo on a web page. The necklace will visualise the word "Awesome", so get tweeting about awesome things (maybe including this project?) Everyone who supports the project with $5 or more will appear in the necklace in some way.
Thank you! As above, your name will become part of the You're All Awesome necklace, but as well as your username, the text of one your tweets will be incorporated into the design.
You'll appear in the You're All Awesome Necklace, and receive a pack of 5 cards, with envelopes. The design of the cards will be a data necklace containing some of the most comment-worthy tweets and trends of the past year.
Become a beta tester. You'll join an email list of folk who are up for trying out new designs that I come up with. Once in a while I'll send around an email saying something like "does anyone have any Nike Plus data? I'm thinking about designing something with running data", which could mean you'll get an interesting prototype at some point in the future.
A single tweet (you supply the URL), laser-cut from acrylic and laser-etched with the text, strung on a chain. A choice of colours will be available.
You're Awesome! And to prove it, you'll get a mini You're All Awesome necklace, visualising the combined use of the word "awesome" in project supporters' accounts. Laser-etched into the acrylic/silver design will be a selection of "awesome" tweets and usernames and it will include yours. A gift for someone awesome?
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You're one of the first people to get a Twitter necklace. You supply a username, a word (or I can suggest or pick one), and you get a limited edition, boxed, numbered, acrylic and silver Twitter Necklace.
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You're pre-ordering a Text Necklace. A limited edition, numbered and laser-etched piece with your or your significant other's name, as well as the contents of the data set (as is possible to achieve). For instance: all of the dinner dates that you went on with your girlfriend before you popped the question; the most amazing gigs you've been to over the last ten years. Anything goes!
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A custom visualisation in acrylic and silver. We'll have a conversation about the data that you'd like visualised, make sure it's possible, and produce something comment-worthy and beautiful.