"Twitter Gyotaku", a web service that converts the contents of Twitter tweets into images and saves them, has appeared. User registration etc. are not required for use, and it is a simple specification just to specify the URL of the tweet you want to save. ???? Twitter Gyotaku - Twitter image storage servicehttps://twtr.satoru.net/
It's very simple to use. Just enter the URL of the tweet you want to save in the input form that appears when you access the site and press the "Gyotaku" button. For example, enter "https://twitter.com/satorunet/status/1270973487268552704" for a notification tweet that created "Twitter Gyotaku" by Satoru Yano.
A confirmation screen will appear asking, "The following Twitter will be converted into an image. Are you sure?" Click "Yes" if the tweet you want to save is correct.
While the image processing is being done, the "Mushi Toko Toko Race" will unfold at the bottom of the screen.
When the process is completed, the image will be saved on My Page, so click "Download" to save the image to local storage, or print it as PDF with "PDF print".
In addition, Satoru Yano, the creator, has created ``Notice.in'', which collects and shares information on advance notices of crimes on the Internet, and ``Open,'' a huge bulletin board group where posted content is published in the public domain. 2ch” and is known as the author. "Notice.in", a site that shares crime notices on the Internet - GIGAZINE
Huge bulletin board group "Open 2 channel" that can freely reprint writing - GIGAZINECopy the title and URL of this article
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