T is for Twitter
Here is a list of some very cool twitter tools that were buzzing around the Summit:
- Twitter Search (Summize): What are Twitterers Tweeting about these days
- Twirl: Nice API. Floats on your desktop. Has notification pop-up and a makes tweeting a little easier.
- TweetDeck: Saw lots of this at the summit. Has all the typical Twitter Tool functionality with the addition of group/deck feature. Create your own groups… put people in ’em… word of warning, DON’T close a group you have created… it will go away… for-EVER! and you will have to start it all over again
- TweetScan: Tweet Scan searches Twitter
- Splitweet: Easy management for multiple Twitter accounts and brand monitor
- TwitterBerry: Twitter for your Crackberry… this is how I do all my out and about Twittering… it has made me a master at the Crackberry keyboard.
- TwitterSnooze: Stop following someone for a few days cause they are taking notes on a conference via twitter and the hashtags and twittering every freakin’ 5 seconds is starting to drive you batty… or something like that.
- Mr. Tweet: Suggestions on who to follow
- Friend or Follow: In case you just have to know…
- TweetGrid: Twitter search dashboard
- Twittervision: I don’t know if this actually useful, but it is totally fun
- CityTweet: Search local tweet by city. This sounds really cool… but its not available for Houston… sigh…
- TweetLater: Automated Tweets like auto-follow new followers.
- TwitterFeed: Automatically post your new blog entries to Twitter. (Guy says this is a must, must, must!)
And Not Twitter related by Guy Kawasaki related:
- Tynt Tracer: When your content is copied, Tracer automatically adds an attribution link to claim it as yours. Pretty cool way of tracing where your content if heading off to once you set it free.