Hello Twitpic’ers! We’re excited to let you know that we’ve revamped video posting for Twitpic to be faster and more reliable.
We now support over a hundred video formats, covering 99.9% of all available video formats and the time from uploading your video to it posting to your Twitpic / Twitter account has been made dramatically faster.
You should see far fewer (if any) pages stuck on “Processing your video” or “An error occurred while processing your video” which we know was very annoying.
Thank you again for all your support as we continue to make Twitpic the best and easiest way to share your photos and videos!
November is notorious for cooler weather, falling leaves, shorter days, giving thanks and of course, Movember: a worldwide moustache movement raising funds and awareness of men’s health, specifically prostate cancer and other cancers that affect men. The prize winning shot comes from a group of gents who work together at Tyne & Wear Sport, based in the North East of England, UK. “We decided to take part in the Movember challenge because we wanted to help raise money for a great cause by doing something that was fun and a bit different (and secretly because it was a lot easier than running a marathon or jumping out of a plane)”, explains Xerxes Setna, #TwitpicOTM winner. “We took photographs at regular intervals and when I heard about #TwitpicOTM, I thought it was the ideal opportunity to show off our Mo’s to the world… It’s been great seeing people’s reactions when they’ve walked into the office for meetings and been confronted by six hairy-faced men.” By the end of the month the guys managed to raise £1130 [roughly $1513.52] for Movember. What a great effort for such a great cause! Special thanks to all our submissions- you guys rock!
From left: Paul Thompson, Matthew Briggs, Adam Brougham, Ian Simon, Xerxes Setna and David Marrin
Check out our runners up:
..and the Twitpic Team!