Twitter is, alternatively or simultaneously:
- The death of blogging.
- One of those odd things brought upon us by the Web 2.0 “social network” revolution.
- Yet another attempt at reinventing the IRC wheel.
- CB radio via HTTP.
- A way to keep track of your colleagues:
|Apr 14||“Twitter Grows Up, Adds Promoted Tweets||Here we go…|
|Apr 12||Twitter Buys Tweetie, Adds Fuel to Developer Fires||The best iPhone client gets its just reward – now let’s hope the desktop version lives on.|
|Aug 10||TweetS60||A native (and eminently usable) S60 client, currently freeware (only thing it lacks is photo upload).|
|Jun 28||twittov||A Markov chain generator that trains upon a user’s Twitter timeline. Used for some parody stunts with chilling results.|
|Mar 29||Gravity||A commercial S60 client.|
|Mar 7||TwitteReader||A PHP based front-end designed to match the Google Reader UI.|
|Feb 25||Gwibber||for “Gnome”:Wikipedia:GNOME|
|Feb 13||twits60||S60 native client (under development )|
|Jan 29||Twim||A simple, fast and very usable Java client for mobile phones|
|Jan 12||microblog-purple|| a
|Oct 28||Twidroid||For Android phones|
|TwitterBerry||For Blackberry devices|
|Jan 21||Twitterrific||For Mac and iPhone|
|Growllified Tweet||Ted Leung’s modified AppleScript (for using Quicksilver and Growl)|