I'm not a Twitter user myself, but I can imagine how difficult it would be to say all you want to say with a paltry 140-character limit. A company called Maxitweet has found a way to allow users to post longer Tweets.
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The Maxitweets are up to 200 characters long, an increase of almost 50% says the company. Maxitweet says that it uses Unicode glyphs that resemble two or more letters to transmit text more efficiently. Maxitweet says that "lions" is a good example and when sent using its service the "io" is replaced by a single Cyrillic letter resembling "io" and a second Unicode symbol for "ns" shortening the word.
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