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Threadsy: personal and social media convergence [invites]

Messages are ingested in so many formats on the web today: email, Facebook Inbox, Twitter DM—even Twitter @reply.Threadsy is bringing it all together better than anyone I've seen to date.
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Messages are ingested in so many formats on the web today: email, Facebook Inbox, Twitter DM—even Twitter @reply.

Threadsy is bringing it all together better than anyone I've seen to date. They've done such a good job that I don't even need to login to my GMail, Facebook, or Twitter anymore.

Rob Goldman, creator of Threadsy, says that they are not just aggregating the content. They are integrating it.

First time I logged in, I wasn't really impressed, but the more I check it out, the more I want to use it.

The list of features that are available in Threadsy are too long to list here. You can comment and like posts on Facebook, easily quick-archive messages in GMail, and follow or unfollow users on Twitter, all directly within Threadsy's interface.

If you want to try Threadsy, use this invite link. I want to know what you think of it. Please comment here or send me an @reply on Twitter.

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