Archives - March, 2009



10 Mar 09

twtvite :: Startup Tweetup

In the Startup biz? Join us for drinks and appetizers! Featuring @Tatango crew! RSVP http://twtvite.com/631nyi #startuptweetupseattle

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9 Mar 09

This post by Marshall Isaacs is hilarious! A must-read!

Exclusive Interview with Mrs. Billable Hour


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8 Mar 09

Of course everyone who owns an iPhone and who has a Twitter account already has 45 different options for sending tweets on the run. However, the options are a lot more limited for us BlackBerry folk!

Lets take a look at a few of them:

1) TinyTwitter – very basic operation, very “lightweight” (memory wise), a little quirky
2) Blackbird – VERY archaic UI, not a lot of functionality, absolutely no frills
3) TwitterBerry – one of the best “Twitter only” apps for BlackBerry. It’s very reliable. Doesn’t seem to auto-shrink URLs for you. This means less room to type tweets when you want to include a URL
4) SocialScope – This seems to be THE best option for any BlackBerry users! It integrates Facebook status and Twitter updates. You can post photos directly from you BB to TwitPic and it will auto-shrink URLs when you past them in from any site. Separate tabs for “all updates” (Facebook and Twitter merged together with an icon so you can tell which came from where), then there’s a tab for “@” replies (twitter), another tab for Direct Messages (twitter), and then a fourth tab for Facebook only feeds.

SocialScope is BY FAR the best of all the available twitter apps for BlackBerry. That said, it’s also still in ALPHA testing. You have to enroll and ask to be a tester and that means there may be quirks you experience. Ironically I’ve never had any quirks… until today. Their server is down today so I haven’t been able to login today. YIKES! But I have TwitterBerry also installed to manage a company twitter account.


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5 Mar 09

Nat Colley of VetYourLawyer.com publishes an interview he did with me regarding Client Trust Accounts.

Take a look and listen!

Attorney Client Trust Accounts


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2 Mar 09

Just today, Summit Law Group customer Tatango released www.tatango.tv

So, what is it? Well, live streaming video of their offices! Can you imagine a camera at your desk “watching you” work all day long? Then while you’re watching you can chat with them via a web chat (typing, not talking).

It’s really amazing. I’ve only just started “watching” and it feels totally weird! Sort of like being a voyeur! Only just visited for my first time about 30 minutes ago… and keep getting the feeling that I want to go check in on them just to see if anything’s going on… starting to get obsessed? I think that’s the point behind the project, right?

Go check em out!

(FYI, their “real” site, www.tatango.com, is group SMS messaging services.)


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