Seesmic Desktop

The Twitter web page is nice, but it lacks the functionality of a stand-alone application. For several months I’ve been using Twhirl, by Seesmic. Twhirl is good, but now there’s something much better, Seesmic Desktop. With Seesmic Desktop I can have columns for both Facebook and (multiple) Twitter accounts. I can add photos to tweets […]


I love Facebook! It is, as you must already know, a social web site where members can find old friend, make new ones, share photos, blog, join causes, play games and many other activities. This is all made possible by a powerful API, clean interface and sensible privacy policy. Yesterday I reconnected with Inger Wicks, […]