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## Twitter Personalities (#208)

Merhaba Rubyists,

This week's quiz is to create a program that will generate messages
140 characters in length. There primary use will be to create a
Twitter "personality". At the end of the quiz period these
"personalities" will be unleashed on the internet and we'll see how
they do in the wild.

The programs will consist of two parts: a component for interacting
with Twitter, and a top secret "personality" module.

For the Twitter interface component there will be no no-spoiler
period. Please feel encouraged to discuss different libraries or
methods on the mailing list. Let's all work together to find the best
interface.

The "personality" component can take any inputs and will produce a 140
character message when called. The "personality" may remember state.
The no-spoiler period applies for the "personality" component; please
save them until everyone has had a chance to consider their own
implementations.


Have Fun!
-- 
-Daniel
http://rubyquiz.strd6.com