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Twitpic Will Shut Down September 25, Blames Twitter Twitpic Will Shut Down September 25, Blames Twitter

One of the most popular and Twitter-friendly image hosting sites around, Twitpic, is dead. Twitpic founder Noah Everett has announced that the service will be shutting down on September 25th. Why? Apparently, Twitter was threatening legal action. From the Twitpic …

Chesley Sullenberger Forever Linked to Twitter

It’s hard to believe that it’s been five years since US Airway pilot Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger safely landed a jet carrying 155 passengers onto the Hudson River. The emergency crash landing was needed after a flock of geese blew out …

TwitPic iPhone Application Finally Released TwitPic iPhone Application Finally Released
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One of the great aspects of the social networking and microblogging medium of Twitter is that you can automatically post pictures to its service on the fly via a mobile device. The default website that these photos automatically are uploaded …

TwitPic’s Noah Everett TwitPics His Own Arrest TwitPic’s Noah Everett TwitPics His Own Arrest

If you are the founder of the most popular Twitter photo sharing service TwitPic and you find yourself in the backseat of a police car and, most importantly, still in possession of your phone – what is the logical thing …

Rory McIlroy Dominates US Open, Celebrates on Twitter Rory McIlroy Dominates US Open, Celebrates on Twitter
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When someone dominates a major golf championship the way Rory McIlroy dominated the 2011 US Open, the world quickly becomes your oyster In today’s world, normally, the first place such ownership is acknowledged is via the social media circuit, with …

The State of Twitter Photo Sharing The State of Twitter Photo Sharing
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The big news hit yesterday that Twitter will be rolling out its own native image service, powered by PhotoBucket. Users will be able to upload photos and attach them directly to tweets without using one of the many third-party applications …

New Features Added for Seesmic Web
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One of the more popular Twitter web apps, Seesmic Web, allows you to process your Twitter messages in an "email-like interface"… essentially it’s a desktop app for your browser, minus a few bells and whistles. Recently though, they’ve added a few extra bells, they are as follows: