Annoying websites can be surprisingly tenacious. A fake Twitter-generating web app debuted last year, around now. No, it was a few days after the Ides of March, 2012; how not-auspicious.
If Harvard gets to win at sports, we get to elect a president who went to Gonzaga.
The second image is merely a *.png format image file. I think, but am not certain, that it was screen shot from Storify, where Jeff’s original Tweet was presumably embedded.
The third image is also a screen shot. It was created using lemmetweetthatforyou. I continue to type that as “let me tweet that for you”. Good habits are also hard to break.
Note the little pencil by Jeff’s name. It resembles the Twitter “blue checkmark” of verified identity. Is it a new version of Twitter verification, perhaps for journalists (@BCAppelbaum and @pdacosta, two of my favorites, don’t have cute pencils by their names on Twitter!), or is it Unicode, one of those hex-looking #xxxx characters?