Seesmic Web: Streaming tweets the Seesmic-way on the internet

July 12, 2009 | By | 1 Reply More

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I’m a Seesmic convert so this new lauch I was informed of just made me more excited. Here’s why:

Finally, you can tweet anytime of day, seven days a week anywhere in the world where there is an internet connection using your favorite browser. Seesmic Web (web-based Seesmic for Twitter) allows you to manage your Twitter stream on the internet in a single column minimal mode – similar to reviewing your email headers. You can easily search, save and access your searches. Provides unlimited column creation for various Twitter group conversations in threaded format. Seesmic Web also shows a rollover view of Twitter user statistics and a complete profile view with an updates tab.

You can see Seesmic Web in action from the video below:

Seesmic Web, the web-based and cross-browser Seesmic, revolutionizes the way Twitter streams are managed and this time making it possible outside of your desktop for easy access anywhere in the world. Engage, tweet and do it the Seesmic Web way!

Update 17 August 2009

Inline preview for certain links is now available. You can now easily review picture links via Twitpic, yfrog and mobypicture within your current browser window, ability to preview interactive bit.ly links like YouTube videos or Google Maps.

Clickable hashtag links and favorites timeline management in one single tab column is now available including French and Chinese language versions.

Saved logged in preferences, update post via Return keystroke, ability to delete sent messages, and automatic message loading upon scroll down have all been incorporated.

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