So what happens when it's not just people tweeting, but things, too? Some tricky tweet-geeks have hardwired everything from dog collars to beds to toilets that let odd Twitter-enabled gadgets add to the frenzy of tweets.
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It started as a Best Man's pre-wedding prank: The groom's bed was rigged up to tweet whenever he had sex with his fiance. The posts recorded intensity and length of time. Before anyone knew it, the prank had over 20,000 followers. Follow the feed @newlywedsontjob.