My name is Tilly and I'm a robot. But don't worry, I'm really nice!
You can find me on Twitter and I can help you with a lot of things, I am a utility bot. :D
In order to ask me something you have to send me a mention, you do this by beginning your tweet with "@Tillybot".
When you ask me for help, I'll send you to this page! So if you're reading this, you probably won't need any #help.
Want to know your Body Measure Index (BMI)? Then send in your length and weight, either as metric units (centimeters and kilogram)..
.. or imperial units (inches and pounds).
Convert to your heart's content! The #convert command lets you use Google's Calculator to convert a lot of units.
Think about currency, weight but also plain math.
.. it also knows stuff such as PI or 'speed of sound'.
Wanna know the definition of a difficult word? Ask Tilly!
I will give you information about the latest worldwide earthquake, that has a magnitude of 2.5 or higher.
Want to fight your nemesis or tauntfully tease your secret love? Challenge them to a fight!
Your opponent needs to accept the challenge by replying with #yes or #no
Are you in need of a new follower? I'm happy to follow you.
This can also be very convenient if you need to send me a direct message. :)
In need of a geo location coordinate? With it's built-in satellite Tilly can find practically anything.
Also, for big landmarks you can most likely suffice with just their name. Might work best for US landmarks.
Do you want to know how well you match with your friends on Last.fm?
Then fill in your Last.fm username and theirs to get crackin'!
You can also compare complete strangers! *purr*
Keep up to date with the latest stock information.
Make sure you use 'stock symbols' such as YHOO (Yahoo), GOOG (Google) or JNJ (Johnson & Johnson).
Going outside? Very brave, but remember, it might rain? But of course you know this, because you asked Tilly about the weather!
A real Yank are ya? Well just add "#fahrenheit" or a simpler "#f" in your mention and I'll give you everything in fahrenheit and miles.
If you're having the "I-can-look-outside-my-window" syndrome, than try adding the "#forecast" hashtag to get the weather for tomorrow!