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  • HashMT: The Future of Moveable Type Chatter

    HashMT is a micro-blogging and social media utility built by Jesse Gardner of Plasticmind Design. In a nice turn of events Jesse has just announced plans to open source the previously commercial project. HashMT is strictly geared towards Moveable Type users and is not affiliated with Twitter directly.

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  • Microblogging Communities, The Merging of Microblogs and Social Networks

    Microblogging is growing at an exceedingly rapid rate. As a result, more and more services pop-up regularly trying to corner the microblog front. The newest of these microblog innovators is Buzzable. Buzzable brings the idea of having your own social network and applies it to microblogging. Similar to Shout ‘Em

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  • Six Apart Nabs Pownce Micro-Blog Platform, Shuts It Down

    It must be interesting working over at Six Apart these days. They reported a 16 employee layoff and a management pay cut a few weeks ago. But things can't be all that bad. They just announced the purchase of the micro-blogging platform Pownce -- keeping several key people and the

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  • Shout'Em Customized Microblogging, Goodbye Twitter?

    Microblogging is one of the fastest forms of social interaction online today. And sites like Twitter are at the top of the traffic ladder according to Alexa. Now you can get your own. Shout‘Em is releasing its first public beta trial of the system some are calling the “Ning of

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  • Interact with Your Socialcast Community Using iPhone, Gmail

    Take your enterprise community to new venues with Socialcast. They have released some new accessibility features to their social networking and micro-blogging platform, including access via Gmail and your iPhone. Socialcast Enhancements The Socialcast platform went through some updates in early August that provided even more corporate features.

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  • WordPress 2.7: From Blog Platform to Web CMS

    Now on their third beta release, the WordPress team is promising big things with version 2.7. After completing the first round of bug fixes from the beta 1 and beta 2 releases, the WordPress team is making sure that the full public release is a quality release with minimal

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  • Social Media Classroom: New Way of Teaching

    What happens when you take Web 2.0 tools like blogs, wikis, chat rooms, video conferencing and forums; mix them with a popular open-source CMS and apply this solution to the education environment? This is exactly what Social Media Classroom (SMC) is doing in hopes of bringing two-way dialogue and interaction

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  • Microblogging with Jaiku: Too Late to the Party?

    It's back - yes it is. Jaiku has arisen from the depths of Google and is now offering unlimited invites to all. Google acquired the microblogging service back in the October of last year and we've heard very little about it since then.

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  • Instant Media to Smite Old Media From the Democrat Convention Floor

    Political National Conventions are the unlikeliest of venues to find anything noteworthy or novel, but the Democrats' party this time around comes with a new and quite interesting entertainment.

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  • Twitter is Now Worth US $80m and Still Can't Stay Up

    San Francisco based micro-blogging site Twitter has managed to secure US $15 million dollars in VC funding as reported by tech blog GigaOm, leaving them with a valuation of US $80 million dollars.

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  • GoogleReader Challenges Others like FriendFeed

    Google has released an addition to their RSS aggregator, Google Reader. The addition, “Note in Reader”, acts like a bookmarking tool that is then transferred to your shared items in Google Reader. Unfortunately for Google, this has been done (with incredible success) by other companies already.

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  • Microblogging Your Way to Greatness

    After having discussed the basics of microblogging, we here at CMSWire decided it would be a good idea to cover some general practices that will enhance your microblogging experience, increase your results, and create more enjoyment for you.

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  • Video and File Sharing for the Twitter Microblogger

    Do you spend the better part of your days twittering with your friends? Are you hooked on Twitter but find it frustrating that you can’t share photos, videos and files with your friends? Good news for you… The microblogging platform Twitter has a new service called twit + (twit plus).

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