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Keep Twitter Group Discussions Private with Privately

Keep Twitter Group Discussions Private with Privately
28 Jan 2011

Reviews, Social Media If you’ve ever wanted to have a private conversation on Twitter with just a group of people (instead of the whole world) then Privately is for you. Privately is a mixture of threaded group conversations and DMs. Conversations can only be seen by users who have been invited and replies are displayed chronological order. Once you sign in via your Twitter account, you’ll want to set your preferences. You can enter your email so that you ...

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Share and Tweet Your Emotions with Smood.it

Share and Tweet Your Emotions with Smood.it
14 Jan 2011

Reviews, Social Media There’s a new microblogging platform in town and it’s called Smood.it. On the site you can share your smood with the world; the word smood is “a syneresis of two words: smile and mood.” Smood.it calls itself a “micro(emo)blogging” services since it’s more focused on letting you share your emotions rather than a simple status message. Smood.it offers all of the basic features like a profile, the ability ...

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Group Collaborations Made Easy with Micromobs

Group Collaborations Made Easy with Micromobs
06 Nov 2010

Reviews, Social Media In short, Micromobs is like Twitter or Yammer for family, friends and classmates. The service lets you create groups, which can be public or private. Each mob is set up like a mini microblogging service with status updates, replies, search, etc. If you’re looking for a simple collaboration tool for school, groups of friends or a way to keep in touch with family then this tool is perfect. It only takes a few minutes to set up your mob, and ...

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Miio – A Social Messaging Platform for Sharing and Meeting New People

Miio – A Social Messaging Platform for Sharing and Meeting New People
24 Jul 2010

Reviews, Social Media Miio is a new microblogging platform that allows you to meet new people, engage in conversations, create and participate in groups and much more. The sites makes use of Twitter OAuth for login, though you can create a regular account if you prefer. At first glance, the site may seem as if there’s not much to it but, as you dig deeper you will discover an impressive amount of features. The main purpose of Miio is to meet and chat with ...

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Twimbow, A New Twitter Tool – Review and Interview

Twimbow, A New Twitter Tool – Review and Interview
15 Jul 2010

Blogging I’ve only been using Twimbow for a couple of days, but so far I like what I see. Twimbow is a colorful approach to viewing your Twitter stream, with a lot of nifty features thrown in. When you authorize the app, you get a window with three columns: personal buzz, home buzz and search. Search shows any of your saved searches, selected from a drop down menu – or you can enter a new search in the search bar at the top and see the ...

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Twylah – A New View Of Twitter

Twylah – A New View Of Twitter
10 Jun 2010

Blogging There’s a new Twitter tool around and it’s called Twylah. I’ve had the pleasure of testing it during the alpha phase (when it was called Tweetlogue) and now it’s about to be rolled out more widely. According to founder Eric Kim, Twylah aims to give you a new view of incoming and outgoing tweets with more “context, perspective, and agility”. Here’s how it works. Connect Twylah to your Twitter account in ...

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All Your Updates In A Nutshell

All Your Updates In A Nutshell
06 May 2010

Blogging When I first heard of NutshellMail, I thought: “Why on earth would I want another application to send me notifications?” I was wrong. It’s turned out to be one of the most useful things I’ve found recently. Charnita Fance featured the site last year in a post on Twitter applications for tracking lost followers, but it does so much more than that. What is NutshellMail? In its own words: “NutshellMail takes copies of ...

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