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David HopkinsLeicester2009-01-27
@hopkinsdavid2,063 days
eLearning Consultant, Warwick Business School. FHEA & CMALT holder. Author: 'What is a Learning Technologist?'
David Hopkins has the following Twitter user-ID: 19,582,633 
David Hopkins has been on Twitter for 5 years, 7 months and 25 days.
David Hopkins has been on Twitter for 66.4% of its existence.
David Hopkins has been on Twitter longer than 99.528% of all other Twitter users.
David Hopkins has wasted approximately 238 hours writing tweets on Twitter
David Hopkins has invested approximately 238 hours of valuable time writing tweets on Twitter
The above calculations were made, assuming that Twitter started on March 21st, 2006 when the first accounts were registered. We also assumed that Twitter identification numbers are released sequentially. David Hopkins has an identification number of 19,582,633 while we believe the last registered user-ID is now approximately 2,700 million. Twitter recently made some adjustments to the release of new user-ID's which means some ID's are skipped. We believe that at this moment approximately 1,626 million user-ID's have actually been registered, which includes all accounts that have been subsequently deleted or suspended. It also includes accounts that are existing but no longer active or have never been active at all. To determine the number of hours that were required to write all tweets, it was assumed that on average it takes 30 seconds to write a tweet.
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