Today, Damon Cortesi, the developer of popular tools TweetStats and DM Whacker, released his TweepSearch tool, allowing Twitter users to keyword search the profiles of their followers.
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Countless people took to the Internet today to live stream the historic inauguration of President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden. I wrote yesterday about some skepticism over whether or not the social networks and streaming video sites would hold up during one of their most highly trafficked days.
iPhone users waiting for the availability of the Ustream live streaming application in the App Store can breathe a sigh of relief -- it will be available for live streaming of tomorrow's inaugural address. The application was just approved by Apple -- after a limited beta release -- and made broadly available tonight.
In the face of unprecedented Inauguration traffic, should streaming video sites and social networks have declared a network "state of emergency" of their own?
Intridea, which creates enterprise 2.0 Web solutions, today announced that communications veteran Joel Postman has joined the company as senior partner and chief enterprise social business strategist.
Facebook reported today that the fan page of U.S. Airways pilot Captain C.
Adams discusses what Twitter is really doing about security, and, quite frankly, why people should stop telling them what to do.
Facebook isn't really a global network, compared to say, Hi5. Facebook must engage more overseas users if it wants world socnet domination.
With so many social networks, it's hard for a girl to stay committed. I still love Twitter, and even FriendFeed, but Facebook seems to be meeting more of my needs.
The phishing or "twishing" situation happening with Twitter is merely the tip of the iceberg. Rather than dig into the situation myself -- including the OAuth debate -- I've turned it over to one of my more technical-brained friends.