It’s Literacy Day on Twitter (and everywhere)…


Did you know it’s literacy day?

Twitter and Room to Read have been working together for nearly a year now, and we’re excited to launch our great microsite on Twitter (through our Hope140.org hub for causes).

The coolest part is fantastic widget that Patrick, @hoverbird, built that scrambles a tweet to make it illegible. Send the illegible tweet to your followers, they’ll wonder what it says, and they’ll click back to our literacy microsite to find out.

Here’s how it works:

You go to our literacy microsite and tweet this message out:

Your followers click on the link to come back to our literacy microsite. They then see that the scrambled tweet really means this:

Go try it…

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