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.: sermad :. » Blog Archive » Making the physical invisible - 0 views

    'The Physical Internet' as a buzz phrase has been thrown about a fair bit recently and only really recently have I seen things start to get interesting. I really like the idea of making the internet tangible and a flipside to this is taking a real world interaction and broadcasting this onto the net. A few things have made this much more attainable -> 1) Twitter and other systems have opened up to let other systems interact through them via an API to send/retrieve data. 2) Electronics such as arduino or ioBridge have made the geeky electronics bit much easier. 3) Programming interfaces such as Processing or Openframeworks have made the geeky programming bit much easier. Here is a little recap of some interesting/useful/useless/fun interfaces.
1More - 5 views

  • will analyze a URL and show you its most influential retweeters, potential reach and timeline. Due to Twitter API limitations, It works best on blog post URLs that are between 1 day and 2 weeks old.

How We Tweet: The Definitive List of the Top Twitter Clients - ReadWriteWeb - 0 views

  • For all the press that FriendFeed got last week for allowing people to post replies directly to Twitter, it was still 65th on our list and registered barely a fraction of total tweeting activity. Some analysts think FriendFeed is a threat to Twitter's existence, but remember that 56% of users still interact with Twitter on the main site, and Twitter makes up 44% of activity on FriendFeed. So which service is really more reliant on the other?
  • There are a ton of Twitter clients out there. We saw 142 different ways to interact with Twitter in just 24 hours of monitoring the site's public feed. That's an amazing amount of activity on their API, and their application ecosystem is growing every day. Clearly, Twitter has struck a nerve with developers and users alike.
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Chromed Bird - 5 views

  • Chromed Bird is a Twitter extension that allows you to follow your timelines and interact with your Twitter account.
  • Chromed Bird is an awesome Twitter extension for Google Chrome with lots of features. Some of the current features are: * [new] See all your tweets in an unified timeline; * Follow your timelines (including @mentions, lists, DMs and favorites) and navigate through your tweets; * Compose, reply, RT, share, favorite and delete tweets; * Create short URLs within the extension; * [new] Preview shortened URLs before clicking them; * Track read / unread tweets; * Notify user whenever new tweets arrive; * Tweets caching to avoid hitting Twitter's API rate limit;
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