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by Max Lee on June 8th, 2009
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I have to admit that one of the hardest things about twitting is actually following a conversation.  Even if you have a Twitter desktop application installed, I find that it’s hard to follow things in real-time. Twitterfall, a real-time AJAX application for Twitter, solves this problem by al ...
by Max Lee on March 27th, 2009
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Here’s an interesting news that someone had been impersonating the Austin Police on Twitter. Although not much of a news to me, this could be pivotal for the police officers who must deal with bs on Twitter.  Well, if they use Twitter that is. I don’t think Twitter is that popular yet b ...
by Max Lee on February 8th, 2009
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Lol… Dalai Lama is now on Twitter, please follow here. It appears the Dalai Lama is following in the footsteps of Pope Benedict XVI and moving into the world of social networking. Today he joined microblogging service Twitter. Going under the obscure Twitter name @OHHDL, The Office of His Hol ...
by Max Lee on February 7th, 2009
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You can keep track of your tweets on Twitter using Twistory, which gives you a timeline and also lets you keep history of every tweet. Support for public as well as protected Twitter accounts. Tweets are added immediately: no delays whatsoever. Timetracking tagging: start your tweets with both t o ...
by Max Lee on October 18th, 2008
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With the crazy number of twitters out there today (and Twitter applications for that matter), Qwitter brings you the service of “catching” other twitters who unsubscribe to your Twitts. Of course, this is a totally useless service for someone like me who doesn’t twit that often an ...
by Max Lee on September 17th, 2008
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Twitter Alibis is a fun site where you can simply enter your username and password to have automatic messages replied to your other fellow twitters. For busy people, this might be a fun way to create an “alibi” for your Twitter account. Need an alibi? We’ve got you covered. Crea ...
by Max Lee on June 24th, 2008
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Here’s comes Twellow, a search engine for twitters basically.  I typed, “zedomax” and found my twitter account which is cool I guess. Beyond that, there are other functions like you can search by categories and whatnot. I think this is a really good idea as search engines have pr ...
by Max Lee on May 27th, 2008
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With all the people trying to make money by piggy backing on Twitter, here’s another cool app that might make a million bucks using that strategy. TwittURLy is a real time tracker of popular URLs on Twitter. It looks like a good idea and if they can implement a “category-based” up ...
by Max Lee on May 25th, 2008
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Here’s an interesting Twitter video from last year via Scobleizer. ...

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