November 11, 2008
It is obviously fashionable to launch Twitter focused blogs these days, with Darren Rowse’s TwiTip that launched recently (don’t miss the interview!), and now Mark Evans joins the fray with Twitterrati. He describes it like this in a launch post on his blog:
Twitterrati is going to cover the microblogging landscape by looking at what the key players (Twitter, Pownce, Jaiku, Identi.ca, Plurk, etc.) are doing, the growing number of related tools and services being developed, as well as the trend of microblogging and how it’s being used.
So not just Twitter then, but microblogging in general. Sounds like a plan. Visit Twitterati for more.
Tags: Darren Rowse, Mark Evans, Microblogging, TwiTip, Twitter
Darren Rowse is frequently mentioned here on the Blog Herald, but it is usually due to his excellent blog ProBlogger. This time, however, it is all about his most recent venture, a blog about microblogging service Twitter. We wrote about the launch of TwiTip previously, and the blog is shaping up nicely, with a steady stream of content, as well as a huge amount of comments.
I was curious to know why Darren elected to launch TwiTip, and there’s no better way to saturate your curiosity than to ask, so I did just that. Read on for more! read more
Tags: b5media, Darren Rowse, Microblogging, ProBlogger.net, TwiTip, Twitter