Can Seesmic be lucky a third time?

Seesmic, the company best known for making consumer-facing social networking apps, has shifted its strategy for the second time in its four-year history, this time to focus on building mobile apps for the enterprise. Can the third iteration of Seesmic finally bring the company success?…

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The Age of the Feed-Based User Interface

Last week, Google dramatically changed its core search interface with Google Instant. With the trend of feed-like user-interfaces continuing to gain momentum, it's worth taking a look at some of the advantages and disadvantages, as well as how businesses can implement and add value to them.…

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Seesmic Looks to Help Mainstream Users Watch Twitter

Many people only use Twitter to watch and hear from other people, often celebrities. To that end, Seesmic is reversing the trend of adding more and more features to Twitter clients, and today releases a tweet visualization tool called Seesmic Look.…

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Twitoaster Opens Up API to Devs

Twitoaster, which threads conversations on Twitter, is launching its open API today, allowing developers to integrate the service within their applications so…

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More on Live Blogging an Event

I was poking around the comments on my Preparing to Live Blog an Event post and came across a conversation about live blogging events at ProBlogger that made me think more about how I'm going to handle single-handedly "live blogging" a 3-day conference. The discussion also made me think more about what exactly "live blogging" means.…

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