Sunday, March 01, 2009

Twitter as a blogging CMS

Here are 2 services that use Twitter as a blogging CMS. I think this is kind of a cool idea.

You like macro-blogging because you can use a rich combination of text, pictures and videos to express your point of view.But sometimes 140 characters is just not enough to say or show what you really want to say.If you want the best of both worlds then twitblogs is the perfect twitter companion for you. Just try it.
Twitblogs | The Micro-Sharing Platform

When its too long to tweet, just TwitWall it! TwitWall is the easy-to-use, quick-to-blast-out, instant blog companion for Twitter. With TwitWall, you can embed your favorite videos and widgets, upload your photos, mp3 music or podcasts, - you name it. Just the kind of stuff to keep your followers following (fans cheering, or clients calling). All that, while still enjoying the many social-goodness and customization features you enjoy on Twitter.

Welcome! TwitWall - Instant Blogging Companion for Twitter

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MixMatchMusic - Upload music and let fans make remixes

with MixMatchMusic Remix Wizard. It gives fans the ability to remix and become a part of your music through a lightweight widget than you can put on your website and myspace page. It's easy to setup, free, and highly customizable!
Remix Wizard :: MixMatchMusic ::
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Your Daily - Weekend Round Up Show 090301

Your Daily - Weekend Roundup Show for March. 1, 2009.
A show about the articles of interest I find on the internet during the week and posted to my site At the end of the week I try to tell my son about theses articles in this show.


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The Art of Christian Faur.

The Art of Christian Faur.
Through a novel technique that I have developed, I again find myself working with the familiar form of the crayon.
Because of the three-dimensional nature of the crayons, the individual surface images appear to change form as one moves about the gallery space. The images completely disappear when viewed from close up, allowing one to read the horizontally sequenced crayon text and to take in the beautifully colored crayon tips -- all the while being reminded of that first box of crayons.

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