Hacking The Tweet Stream by Brett Lawrie.
Brett covers two popular methods for escaping the 140 character limit of Twitter, Tweetstorms and inline screen shots of text.
Brett comes down in favor of inline screen shots over Tweetstorms but see his post to get the full flavor of his comments.
What puzzled me was that Brett did not mention the potential for the use of steganography with inline screen shots. Whether they are of text or not. Could very well be screen shots of portions of the 1611 version of the King James Version (KJV) of the Bible with embedded information that some find offensive if not dangerous.
Oh, I just remembered, I have an image for you. 😉
(Image from a scan hosted at the Schoenberg Center for Electronic Text and Image (UPenn))
A downside to Twitter text images is that they won’t be easily indexed. Assuming you want your content to be findable. Sometimes you don’t.