Some people at Belgium’s Hasselt University has designed the Twoddler, it is one of those activity boards with the spinning dials, bells, and whatnot that links to the baby’s Twitter account.
That’s right, so when the baby hits something, it sends an automatic message. Now, can a baby communicate this way? Perhaps if they see a photo of a parent, and hit the photo, maybe.
Does this show that a baby is missing us? I don’t know, honestly. I’m not certain you should try and get a baby to tweet. I mean, what is next, turning a rattler into a mobile phone? How about Facebook on the activity board.