Worth a fresh look.

Worth a fresh look.

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Looking at TweetDeck anew
One of the software programs that really kick-started wide use of Twitter in its early days was TweetDeck, first released in 2008. Acclaimed in particular by early adopters, TweetDeck quickly becam……

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2 thoughts on “Worth a fresh look.

  1. Alastair McKenzie

    I use it all the time but my biggest gripe with Tweetdeck is that when Twitter took it over they dropped the Translate tool, which enabled me to see what my European friends were tweeting when they tweet in their own language. I expected it to re-appear in some form…. but no such luck yet.

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