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Update Your Twitter, Doogie-Style

If you’re young enough to have watched the hit 80’s TV show Doogie Howser, M.D., then you must remember the scene at the end of each episode. Doogie Howser, played by Neal Patrick Harris, would go to his ancient IBM PS/2 and write his reflections there. In fact, it has been jokingly said that he was the first blogger.

Doogie Howser M.D.

Now you can do a Doogie Howser and ramble with your daily thoughts with a simulated IBM PS/2 interface! Go to Twoogie to channel his prodigious wit into your own twitter-feeds.

Twoogie

Just login to Twoogie with your Twitter username and password and post your ramblings away! You’ll see that your Twitter timeline will be updated in no time.

You can even add your your username behind the URL to view your Twitter stream the old school way. The site’s design is obviously old school, a throwback to the old computer screens from the ’80s. And the Doogie Howser, M.D. theme song even plays automatically when you load the site.

All in all, this Twitter app can give you a good laugh and it can also keep the show’s theme song stuck in your head for hours. If you want to check out the developer’s other apps, go to Syndeomedia Labs.

Categories: Microblogging

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  1. Arashel says: 1/13/2009

    It brings me memories of my childhood.

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  2. Nikk says: 4/9/2009

    I remember so very well and have to say i’m in cahoots with Doogie-style

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