As I’ve begun to distance myself from Twitter’s services, I want to use fewer embedded tweets in my posts. I don’t want to rely on Twitter not screwing something up with how embedded tweets work, and of course, I want to show something even if a tweet gets deleted. But screenshotting tweets has always been frustrating, simply because the end result never looks right. But after some searching for a better method, I discovered Cameron Adams’ extremely clever “screenshot a tweet” service, which uses Twitter’s API to generate a really nice, professional-looking screenshot.
Reading: Arrested Development & Biblical Hermeneutics, Fatherhood & The Flash, Gawker’s Implosion, Apple Music & more
Want to ensure Opus’ continued existence and get some special perks? Become a supporter today. Contributions help offset the site’s hosting costs.
I've also written for Christ and Pop Culture, ScreenAnarchy, Filmwell, and Christian Research Journal. I pay the bills by creating beautiful user interfaces and websites for Firespring and Red Bicycle.