Cursebird curator creating micro blogging project for Call of Duty developer

Infinity Ward signs up 19-year-old Twitter guru for web project

Infinity Ward has signed up 19-year-old web application developer Richard Henry, who will be working on a Twitter-related project for the Call of Duty studio.

Henry revealed the project was underway in an interview with NetworkWorld, which focused on the young Twitter guru’s Cursebird, which collects and tallies all the bad language used on the increasingly popular micro-blogging website.

Speaking about Cursebird, Henry reveled: "It’s already led to some good work for me and helped me get my name out. I’m currently working on a Twitter-related project for Infinity Ward, the makers of the Call of Duty series of video games. You can mention that if you want. I’m 19 years old, so to get such a huge client is pretty great."

While little else is known about the project, on Monday Henry’s own Twitter feed revealed that his work for Infinity Ward is currently running on a staging server.

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