Twitter Remote - similar to the MyBlogLog widget that displays visitors to your site that are registered at MyBlogLog. The creators of TwitterCounter offer Twitter Remote, this will display visitors to your site that have a Twitter Remote account. I think this could really take off and blow MyBlogLog away if Twitter released this feature themselves, this way people would not have to register at Twitter Remote. As a visitor it’s a great way to discover tweeps who visit the same blog as you. I guess this is also in the spirit of Facebook Connect and Google Friend Connect.
Here’s the widget:
Here’s my TwitterCounter widget:
Twickie - have you ever wanted to repost a Twitter conversation on your blog. Up until now I have used tools like Twitstamp or Tweetpaste to grab a widget of a tweet, but sometimes I’ve needed a widget of a whole Twitter conversation.
I’ve got a feeling that Ross Mayfield used Twickie or at least a similar tool to display a Twitter thread on his post, Twitter Compared to IM, Email and Forums.
This can all be done via a bookmarklet. Just visit a tweet and click the Twickie reply bookmarklet to display all replies to a tweet. There is also a conversation bookmarklet where you can display a conversation with up to ten replies between any amount of people
Ginx - An alternative Twitter client. Right now I’m totally amazed at PeopleBrowsr, but I must say I would like a regular Twitter look rather than a whole lot of stacks sometimes. I’m not going to cover it here, just read the posts below:
Twibs (brands on Twitter)