Screenr is a web-based tool that lets you create screencasts without installing any software. You just click the record button and your screen activity is recorded along with narration from your microphone. Screenr then publishes your screencast in high-definition Flash format.
Screenr makes it easy to share your screencast on Twitter, YouTube or anywhere else on the web. Even iPhone users can view your screencast.
You need a Twitter ID to use Screener!
My observation of this program…
This is really great for quick Twitter posts! Pretty much the main focus, from what I can see. And it is also great for those that don’t have or can’t afford real screen roecoding software.
But there are limitations, and it doesn’t have background noise filters and zoom capabilities.
twitblogs.com Fall 2008
AllowsTwitter users to write more than 140 characters, or to embed images into their posts, etc. You can user your Twitter login to get in.
By Matthew Tharp, 2008, www.cherp.com
Learn how you can market on Twitter with this service!!
Cherp provides creative solutions for marketing and branding on Twitter. “Tweeting everyday is not a solution”, says Cherp. Cherp is your guide you to social network marketing success.
“Don’t just tweet…Cherp!”
twitpic.com Started early 2008, by Noah Everett, Tulsa OK
TwitPic lets you share photos on Twitter
. It is an online service that also allows you to post pictures from your phone, their api or thru the site itself. There are also other Twitter clients
that have support for Twitpic.
Twitter now has the ability to search the posts. So you can See what the world is doing — right now.
Twitter has acquired Summize—an extraordinary search tool and an amazing group of engineers. All five Summize engineers will move to San Francisco, CA and take jobs at Twitter, Inc. This is an important step forward in the evolution of Twitter as a service and as a company.