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Webware takes a look at some Web 2.0 apps debuting at Web 2.0 expo last week

Webware takes a look at some Web 2.0 apps debuting at Web 2.0 expo last week

Over at CNet’s Webware site, Rafe Needleman has taken a look at some of the Web 2.0 apps that made their debut last week at the Web 2.0 expo in San Francisco.

A couple of the more interesting ones:

Chirpscreen is a fun little app that shows you what your friends are up to on Twitter, Facebook, and Flickr. It also tracks eBay keywords for you. You can get your updates in a desktop window or on your screensaver. It’s like a more graphical version of Friendfeed, and like Friendfeed (and other Twitter clients), you can also reply back to posts you see in the tool. It feels like a shallow app, but that’s just because it’s pretty. News today: Mac version now available.

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