I never met the late Mark Colvin in person but, like many people, I had a number of conversations with him on Twitter over the years. A wonderfully knowledgable and witty person who is being missed by so many people today.
Legendary Australian writer, film maker, political campaigner, thinker: Bob Ellis died on 3 April 2016 at the age of 73. You didn't have to like or agree with everything he said to have the deepest admiration for his passion and intellect.
Whycliffe "Dave" Cameron has not exactly had a stellar two years in the hot seat as President of the West Indies Cricket Board. But you'd never know it from his Twitter feed.
Victoria Bitter? No, that's just the advertising.
New South Wales defeated Victoria by an innings and 48 runs in two and a half days at the Sydney Cricket Ground on 14 February 2014. This was despite the best efforts of Glenn "The Big Show" Maxwell who scored 94 for the Vics in their first innings of 218.
All the excitement of the sixth Indian Premier League as encapsulated in tweets of the pilgrimage of the team bus from the hotel to the stadium... Storified.
Storification of my tweets and selected retweets of others during the second and final episode of "Howzat: Kerry Packer's War" screened on Channel Nine on Sunday night, August 26, 2012.
A storification of my Olympic-related tweets and retweets in the five days prior to the opening ceremony of the London Olympics. Most of my #london2012 tweets from the past few months can be found under my automated Daily Twitter collection, which unfortunately hasn't been functioning properly all the time.
If you can't see the Storification below, click on "read more" below or view it on the Storify website.
To mark the 224th anniversary of the establishment of British mandatory detention on Australian soil, here - Storified - are some highlights from some accurate and truthful facts about Australia posted to Twitter: