How to Delete Old Twitter Tweets

Twitter is a great social network that can help you promote your services, gain more traffic to your website. But, for any reasons, you want to delete your old Twitter Tweets, yes, you can delete them one by one. What about if you have hundreds or thousands tweets. It would be a tedious job if you have to delete all those tweets manually.

Luckily, there is an online service that helps you to delete all your old Tweets for free.

Before you delete any of your Tweets, it is recommended that you backup all your Tweets. You can login into your account , scroll down, and click on “Request your archive” to request an archive of all your Tweets.

Twitter will email you a link to download your archive of tweets

Now, you can use Tweetdelete to delete your old tweets. This service is free and it can delete all your tweets at once (up to 3,200 tweets). It also allows you to set a time when to delete your tweets on a regular basic. For example, you can choose to delete all tweets that is older than 1 year old. All you have to do is to signup and give it a permission to access to your account. You can revoke this access anytime (in your Twitter account) after you delete all your old tweets if you want to.

If you have more than 3,200 tweets, you can try to run this many times until you delete them all.

HTML5 Market Share

While updating this website to support HTML5, I was wondering how much visitors will this update support. I did a quick research and came to an interesting statistics. HTML5 currently has a market share of 75.5% and it is adapted rapidly. You can also check it by yourself here

Some Useful Ubuntu/Linux commands

Delete all files and folders in that directory

rm -rf FolerName


  • 644:file readable by anyone and writable by the owner only.
  • 755:readable/executable by everyone and writable by the owner only.
  • 777: Full access by anyone
  • -R option is to apply to files and folders within it.
    chmod -R 755 directory-name

Ethernet Cable Speed

Cat 3: Max 10 Mb/s, 16 MHz bandwidth
Cat 5: 10/100 Mbps
Cat 5e: 10/100/1000 Mbps, 100 MHz
Cat 6: 10/100/1000 Mbps, 250 MHz, better in environment that has electromagnetic interference.
Cat 6a: 10,000 Mbps, 500 MHz
Cat 7: 10,000 Mbps, 600 MHz

Typical Speed of USB 2.0 & 3.0

Admitting that the speed of USB depends on various factors. I did a simple test just to see what a typical speed of a USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 are

External Hard Drive (write speed):
USB 2.0: 27 – 29 MB/s
USB 3.0: 112 – 122 MB/s

Flash USB (write speed):
USB 2.0: 11.4 – 12.0 MB/s
USB 3.0: 12.0 – 12.8 MB/s


What are your typical speed for USB?

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