I don't like Twitter. And I'm not keen on other people's farts when they smell. Though when they make a good noise, they can be quite funny.
One man has combined the gaseous emissions of his botbot with love for Tweeting, and in so doing, stumbled upon a way that Twitter can actually be useful: every time he farts, his office chair tweets the toot.
His dream is to "accurately document and share [his] life as it happens". The setup is quite hard-core tech: a natural gas sensor sniffs out the methane, an Arduino processes it and a Squidbee wireless module communicates it all to Twatter.