People always asks us this. Old people ask us this, we should say. And usually it comes off more like a statement than a question, so we rarely bite. But when we do, here is our sad explanation: "It's, like, short emails. Or Facebook's "is" blurbs without the annoying profile, or...people saying how they feel, we guess. Not sure, really."

Anyway, if you don't know what it is, check out Twistori. It simply aggregates all of Twitter's "i love," "i hate," "i think," and "i believe" statements onto one scrolling screen. According to the two tech savvy cats running the experiment, it is "the first step in an ongoing social experiment, based on twitter. inspired by wefeelfine and drawing data from summize, hand-crafted by amy hoy and thomas fuchs.

Basically, it's a momentarily amusing time waster. It's sure to give you 15 seconds of quality entertainment.