However, if you’ve ever wondered what notable or famous individuals talk about on the platform, there’s now an easy way to find out thanks to a new Twitter account called Pop Owl, which exists solely to highlight conversations between two or more verified accounts.
Wil Wheaton, Chris Kluwe and John Scalzi started talking. Here’s what happened next. https://t.co/iBASWSxx0G
— Pop Owl (@popowl) August 19, 2014
So. Much. Tech.
Some of the biggest names in tech are coming to TNW Conference in Amsterdam this May.
From the look of it, Pop Owl seems to be largely automated and most of the surfaced interactions aren’t all that riveting. Perhaps the thought of Katy Perry proving she can indeed roller skate backwards adds something worthwhile to your day, or perhaps not.
We’ve had no word from Twitter about whether its a legit internal experiment or simply a user interested in celebrity interactions, but Twitter is known to run these sorts of experiments pretty frequently. Lots of the account’s early followers are also Twitter employees, which suggests that it could be an official experiment.
➤ Pop Owl [Twitter]