The new Tweetdeck intergrates Facebook in two ways:
Firstly it lets you add a new column full of each of your Facebook friends most recent status update (Updates automatically every 1 minute or so). From this new column, you can email updates out to anyone, tweet it out over twitter, view the users online status and if they are online right now, click on their name (or the green online status indicator) to open Facebook chat right within TweetDeck.
Secondly, the new TweetDeck lets you now direct your tweet/update to twitter OR Facebook OR both directly within the tweet window. (Direct messages will not be sent via Facebook even if you have the Facebook checkbox ticked.)
The release is not being pushed out to everyone right now since it is still being tested. But you can get your Pre-Release copy HERE.
As some of you have hopefully noticed, my blog has rung silent for the last couple of weeks. I have been very lucky to spend the Christmas period traveling a tiny bit of South America, being at Sea and rediscovering what makes Americans so “darn” friendly.
Nevertheless, as all things, my vacation is coming to an end…So as I sit here and look at my suitcase in disbelief that my journey back to Switzerland is about to commence, I thought I would leave you with a video that just keeps blowing my mind time and time again.
PS: Lots of exciting projects, lots of news & lots of surprise announcements coming in 2009.
Apple’s obsessive attention to detail has produced what many consider a technological masterpiece. The iPhone.
Unfortunately, Apple’s stubbornness has also crippled the iPhone as a portable device. Specifically, by not letting the user freely switch SIM cards when traveling or install third party software that has not jump through the hoops of the “Apple Apps Store Approval Process”…
This Guide aims to provide a comprehensive knowledge base on the safest methods of Jailbreaking and Sim Unlocking your Apple iPhone.
Avatars are neat, but need some work. They’re not necessary in the sense that you’ve still got the option of using your old gamerpics to represent your gamertag to the rest of Xbox Live, but everyone can create a Nintendo Mii-like avatar. Because there are only a handful of clothing options and customisability selections, your Mii will only kinda look like you. They’re neat, though, and can be used in future games so you can control a virtual you instead of, say, Venus Williams…