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LinkMood.com – It’s All About How You Feel

Twitter, in some sense could be called a social app of mood. Given its use as a light comms presence application, many find it practical and easy to update how they feel. A similar service is the newly launched LinkMood. LinkMood is a social community dedicated to sharing moods, of course. Basically, it’s Twitter with more social features. Users can easily update their feelings– without a 140 character cutoff—they can...

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Streem.us – Tumblr’s Amazing Technicolor Twin

You’ll first notice Streem’s abundance of yellow– it’s overwhelming almost, like a giant neon Post-It note. But then you’ll also see that this bit of sunshiny cheeriness serves as a banner announcing that Streem is not just another microblogging service—it’s different. The service’s founder Imran Zaidi is hoping to accomplish five things—one of which is to flatten the relationship between bloggers and commenters. Everything you...

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PlayTalk.net – Microblogging for the Long Winded

PlayTalk is another microblogging cum social network service inline with Twitter and Jaiku. However, instead of being limited to a mere 140 characters, PlayTalk gives you a more expansive 250—thus you need not limit your post to merely what you ate, you can also throw in a few details about the garnish. Users can also choose to post photos in addition to text. The service works with mobile phones, iPhones, SMS and MMS. PlayTalk is...

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