Four Reasons Why I <3 Twittley

Twittley is a Digg-like Twitter community where users can “vote” on articles by tweeting them. The more tweets doesn’t necessarily mean a post will be made popular. It depends on the weight of those voting (tweeting) them. On the frontpage of Twittley you will find their Popular section, showing what articles are popular right now. … Read more →

Facebook Coming To A PlayStation 3 Near You

Sony just confirmed that Facebook is coming for the PlayStation 3, after several pictures revealed the social network on a PS3 a few days ago. Facebook and Twitter is already scheduled to be released for Xbox 360 in a software update November 17th. There’s still no news about when Facebook for PlayStation 3 will be … Read more →

Free Google Wave Invites Giveaway For Tweeps

Greetings, Twitter user! You’re here because somebody (probably myself) tweeted the link to this page and because you would like one of my free Google Wave invitations, ain’t that right? Well, it just so happens that I have 25 of them available (see proof below). I’ve given away Google Wave invitations two times before. Both … Read more →

Twittley – A Digg-Like Twitter Community (Button Shuffle Colors)

Twittley is Twitter tool that allows your blog/website visitors to easily tweet your posts to their Twitter feed, just like Tweetmeme does it. Twittley however, also offers Digg-like features on the Twittley website. Just like you can vote on articles on Digg, by digging them, you can vote on articles on Twittley by tweeting them. … Read more →

TinyGrab – A Snow Leopard Screenshot Sharing Alternative To GrabUp

TinyGrab is free for another 5 days as of today (November 7th 2009) – get it while it’s hot! I’m getting a ton of visitors coming here searching for a GrabUp alternative, ending up at one of my previous post: GrabUp & Snow Leopard Does Not Mix – Possible Solution & Alternatives… If you haven’t … Read more →

Mozilla Raindrop – An Alternative To Google Wave?

Google Wave has been getting a lot of buzz in the world of tech lately, as more and more people are getting invitations and access to join Google Wave and try out the preview version. Mozilla, the team behind applications such as Firefox and Thunderbird, now introduced their “alternative” to Google Wave. It’s called Raindrop. … Read more →

Friday Flick Find: Microsoft App Lab & Apple On Windows 7’s Broken Promises

I think it’s safe to say that we’re in a “Microsoft week” this week, with the release of Windows 7 and the Windows 7 Whopper, Bing getting Twitter and Facebook search indexing access and probably a whole lot more that I didn’t pay attention to since I’m more to the other side of the force … Read more →

15 Minutes Of Fame & How To Instantly Boost Visitors To Your Blog

That title caught your attention, huh? How to instantly boost visitors to your blog! Now that would be something… before I tell you the secret, first have a look at this pageviews graph screenshot within my WordPress dashboard. I took this screenshot right before midnight, so the day was almost over – I’m sure you … Read more →

How To Use Twitter To Get Through To Customer Support In A Jiffy

I have an online bank account with NetEller that I use for online stuff, much like PayPal etc., except that NetEller also offers you a prepaid MasterCard to use all over the world and in shops. Which is great! But today I found out they had disabled my account (again!) to “protect my personal information”. … Read more →

Do You Want To Pay For Using Twitter On Your Mobile?

Twitter investor Joi Ito believes that Twitter creates so much extra traffic for network providers that somebody should pay for the usage of Twitter on mobile phones. “When Twitter grows, SMS usage goes up. Sites are now able to promote across friends’ [Twitter] networks; traffic to certain kinds of sites increases. There’s a lot of … Read more →

Twitter Now Worth One Billion Dollars

Twitter is a rather small company with just 50 employees in San Francisco, but already worth one billion dollars, as they just received an injection worth $50 million. Twitter has not officially confirmed this new $50 million, which most of it came from Insight Venture Partners in New York, but TechCrunch reports that the employees … Read more →

Twitter Cross Site (XSS) Vulnerability – Watch Out!

James Slater, IT developer with a British firm that specializes in search engine optimization, has found a security vulnerability in the social network, Twitter. The simple act of reading tweets online on twitter.com could cause somebody to steal your login cookie and potentially get access to your Twitter account – or simply redirect you to … Read more →

Facebook and FriendFeed Combine Power

Well, I’m certain that you’ve heard the news now that FriendFeed has been purchased by Facebook. This is working to put Facebook on the mapping for real-time search queries just like on Twitter. It sure does look like that Facebook is going after Twitter, hard-core.

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