This site will be more or less useful according to which value you place on your tweets. If you are one to tweet out indiscriminately you will probably not look at it twice, but if you take your time in order to determine exactly what it is that you will send into the Twitterverse then you can but like it.
Broadly speaking, Moo’d Tweet will empower you to come up with a diary collecting these tweets that you want to treasure, either because they chronicle a given moment of your life, or because you find them funny. In each and every case, you will be given the chance to keep the diary as public or private as you want it to be.
In that way, you can offer others a detailed account that is arranged the way you intend it to be arranged. Tweets can also be rated, so that you will see if treasuring them was that good an idea as it seemed at first.
And not that it has anything to do with how usable the site is or anything, but the cow that is used as part of the logo is the spitting image of the main character of a game I used to play when I was younger. It was a PD title called “Fist Fight For Freedom”, and I guess it can still be found on Aminet. The game was pretty lousy – proceed at your own risk.
MoodTweet.com In Their Own Words
“Moo’d Tweet is an online diary for Twitter users. It’s totally free to use. You can organise and rate your Moo’d Tweets. Keep your diary private, or share it with the herd…”
Why MoodTweet.com It Might Be A Killer
I suppose those who live for Twitter will find it entertaining and nice for a change.