Back in September this year when Twitter founder and inventor Jack Dorsey left the company, to a work on a new project, everyone was skeptical at best when he said ‘I came back to St. Louis to find the next thing, and I found it.’ Obviously we are aware of the Genius of a person that Jack is, so expectations are quite high. Continue Reading…
As Twitter goes more mainstream than it ever was, I see a lot of people having chat like conversations on Twitter. It’s just so easy, and its inevitable that your one tweet leads of to a very interesting conversation. Continue Reading…
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As Twitter continues to explode at a rate faster than any other web2.0 app that we’ve ever seen. The reason why Twitter has done so well because of the simple API that Twitter has and the number of apps that have been built on it. I thought with the growing popularity of Twitter it would be a nice idea to showcase some of the best clients for Twitter that have actually outdone Twitter itself.
Here they are in what I feel is the best order. From the worst of the best to the best of the best Twitter apps that rule the world. Read on….
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Twitter is finally coming of age, and is demonstrating why the microblogging medium is fast catching up to be the fastest news breaker in the world. Something like 7 hours back a huge earthquake struck in China. The earthquake measured 7.8 on the richter scale and thousands have been feared to be dead. The epicenter was 50 miles from Chengdu, which has about 10.5 million residents.
Robert Scoble a noted tech blogger and a Twitter addict first broke out the news on Twitter, even before the news could reach BBC. I was in college when I first received the alert via a text message. When I logged onto the internet the Twitterverse was completely busy with reports of the earthquake.
I won’t really go into much details as to what happened on Twitter this afternoon, but I’d like you to point you to sites that have covered this in detail.
If you are a having a slow weekend, and you happen to love cool new visualizations, then I got some great news for you. Yes you heard me right, you can now visualize all your Twitter friends in a cool new fashion all thanks to TweetWheel. Basically TweetWheel visualizes you and all the connections to your friends and their friends and you and soon.
All you have to do is enter your Twitter username (no password needed) and TweetWheel will go to work digging up all of your contacts, and then probing their contact lists. Please note that this can take some time, so you will have to be prepared to wait, probably with a cup of coffee in hand.