Friday, October 22, 2010

Tweetree: an organized look at twitter output and the "BIB" conference output

Tweetree (clicking on the image or the text link gives you my Tweetree) is an organized look at any twitter stream of interest to you.

I'm enjoying the Internet Archive's "Books in Browsers" conference, co-sponsored by O'Reilly Media with support from Magellan Media and Copia Interactive,  held  in San Francisco Thursday-Friday, and will be back with a short report on that this weekend plus the usual Kindleworld news.

Until then, as says on its front page:

  "Tweetree puts your Twitter stream in a tree so you can see the posts people are replying to in context.  It also pulls in lots of external content like twitpic photos, youtube videos and more, so that you can see them right in your stream without having to click through every link your friends post."

The format you'd use to search Tweetree for a topic of interest to you is:

That particular search for "bib10" gives you a Tweetree of spontaneous remarks from the 90 or so at the Books in Browsers conference, to their Twitter-stream followers, as it went along Thursday.  As with Twitter, the latest comments are at the top of the stream, which is always shown in reverse chron order.

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