Twitter is growing and with it the new twitter web apps. Twitpic is a photo hosting service for twitter which easily allows you to post photos and pictures to Twitter. A lot of Twitter applications like TweetDeck and many more mobile applications like qTwitter have a support for Twitpic.
I have tons of Firefox add-ons installed on my browsers. Thanks to Firefox, blogging and social media work + fun has never been this easy. Following are some of my favorite Add-ons and definitely must have for any social media addict out there.
This is just the beginning for us to experience more and more applications for Twitter. Just like FireFox we can expect thousands of add-ons for Twitter that can help us get our stuff done in no time. Today, I’ve confronted another useful Twitter application that allows you to log off, shutdown and restart your computer.
ImageShack is one of the biggest Image hosting websites out there. I had been using it for my Celebrity blogs for about a year now. Recently I have shifted to Photobucket and bought the premium account.
Over the last few years at Techtites, we’ve covered several posts on Excel as well as tiny utilities that made life simple. These have remained in the posts and well, not everyone drops into every post! So, I finally decided to dedicate a separate section on this blog to all these home grown files along with a link to the corresponding post.
Since everybody knows what Twitter is I’m not going to bother to explain that it’s a social networking tool that allows people to communicate with each other in less than 140 characters and is one of the biggest internet revolutions since the invention of bread.. (Maybe not..) Anyway, if you have a twitter account and want to look and feel different, we’ve got some good news for you.
The Twitter Blog reported last week that people are receiving emails which contain links to a phishing site asking you to enter your login details. I decided to check it out today and was surpised to see that the entire twitter interface has been converted to that of Facebook, which means that they are now getting ready for a Facebook phishing scam! Good news is that Internet Explorer (with Website Checking Enabled), Firefox 3 (Firefox 2 did not block the site) and Google Chrome all display big warnings.