When animals take the social networks

Did we ask ourselves what would happen if our pets could communicate with us through social networks?

Funny YouTube comment

Funny YouTube comment

A rather funny thought exemplified by this Youtube comment or renowned blog, Texts From Dog. And even though nobody really pictures a cat writing on a keyboard, we can still think of other ways to manage interactions from animals on Twitter, Facebook, and even Instagram.

Fictitious SMS conversations between a dog and its owner

Fictitious SMS conversations between a dog and its owner

If you can’t see how, pay attention to the project of Voldemars Dudums: Birds on Twitter. This Latvian conceptual artist and creative director associated an old keyboard and bird food in order to create a system allowing real birds to write and publish Tweets on the microblogging social network.

Real Birds On Twitter keyboard system

Real Birds On Twitter keyboard system

Hungry_Birds Twitter

Hungry_Birds Twitter

Several social networks are already dedicated to pets, and I think it would be diverting to spy on our beloved cat or dog while they’re home alone and being able to analyze their behavior via their activities on the web.

Profile of a cat in the Catmoji social network for felines

Profile of a cat in the Catmoji social network for felines

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This entry was published on April 15, 2013 at 1:25 am. It’s filed under Animals, Networks, Technology and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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