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How to Use Posterous as an Alternative for Twitter Photo Services

Twitpic used to be my primary method for posting photos from my iPhone.  Several months ago I began researching ways that I could automatically post my iPhone images to multiple sites including Facebook, Flickr, FriendFeed and Twitter. I looked into using Tarpipe, Pixelpipe, and several other services but none of them offered a simple workflow …

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Custom News Brought to Me Daily by My Friends Courtesy of Twitter Times

A few weeks ago I read about Twitter Times on TechCrunch and it really piqued my curiosity. The service creates a custom news page for you based on the people you follow on Twitter. It also takes into account the people that your followers follow probably to provide some additional data to help the algorithm …

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Storystreaming and the Future of News – A Case Study on the Austin Statesman Project

Last weekend the Statesman decided to start a little experiment where they solicited people in Austin through their website and on Twitter to submit photos using Posterous to help document the blistering summer heat wave. Statesman social media editor Robert Quigley has written a case study to describe the steps they took to make this …

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Win a Trip to Denmark Simply by Using Lifestreaming Skills

There is currently a contest that has been launched called 48 hours in Denmark calling out users to displaying their Lifestreaming skills using multiple services including YouTube, Flickr, Twitter and blogging. Here’s a few details from the site Basically we’re offering you a free trip to Denmark, with all expenses paid. Plane, hotel, food and …

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