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TweetPort.net – Read Only Important Tweets

There is no definitive way to lower the noise in Twitter, for the very simple reason that such a thing is an integral part of the service. By its mere nature, Twitter has to see messages from people celebrating their newest haircuts, or informing everybody and his wife what they have cooked for dinner. These things which are hardly important to the vast majority of users are part of the whole shebang. And even when there is no way to...

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HeyAstro.com – What Is Happening Today

To many of us, our days begin by checking one social service after the other along with our email inboxes and our Google calendars. That can obviously take more time than we could afford, so it comes as anything but surprising that a service like Hey Astro has been created. Just think of it as an application that can take all of the above-described services (IE, email, social networks, calendars…) and consolidate the information...

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TimeToSignOff.com – The News Of The Day

Time To Sign Off is a new email service that those of you who are too busy to check all your favorite news sources will maximize for sure. Essentially, Time To Sign Off will send you a nightly email summarizing all the most remarkable news of the day that has ended, and also a quick recap of the things that you are supposed to do the next day. This includes both personal and professional activities. Besides, Time To Sign Off can let...

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1widget.com – Feature The Latest News On Your Site

A service that will easily allow you to take different (and disparate) RSS and Twitter feeds and have them combined into a widget that can be placed on your website, this resource will empower you to keep your visitors engaged more directly. No matter what you site or blog is all about, there is always something happening out there that your visitors would like to learn for sure. This widget makes that possible, and in a...

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Feedera.com – The Best Of Your Feed In Your Inbox

I know that Twitter can be addictive, but it is important to draw the line somewhere. You shouldn’t spend the livelong day tweeting in and out, but if you have to owing to you occupation, (IE, marketing director of a company) you might as well get some tools in order to make it all a smoother task. And the one I am going to introduce you to right now is interesting enough to merit a glance or two. Named Feedera, it can be succinctly...

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