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Micro.iList.com – Classifieds In 140 Characters

As you can probably tell, iList Micro is nothing but a service which takes the micro-sharing approach and applies it to iList, the classifieds website that we reviewed here in KillerStartups some time ago. The dynamics of the site are as straightforward as you can imagine. You simply have to send a tweet which includes either a “#iwant” or a “#ihave” hashtag, and the corresponding text. Shortened URLs can be included as part of the...

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ReportingOn.com – Twitter For Journalists

A service that goes by a suitable name, ReportingOn is a platform that gives journalists a micro-sharing platform. The basic aim is to let any journalist find colleagues in order to collaborate together and exchange both opinion and insight. Users can find others who are researching similar stories, while they can also introduce themselves to better-established professionals and form bonds this way. The messages that are sent through...

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Photomemo.jp – Micro-sharing For Pictures

Micro-sharing is considered one of the most significant concepts as of late, and 2009 is deemed by many punters and industry experts as the year Twitter will become truly widespread. Of course, Twitter is not the one and only modality of micro-sharing that exists, but it is the service which we associate with the concept more readily if only because it is the one used by most people. It is interesting, then, to take a look at other...

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Twtpets.com – Finding The Cutest Pets

Twtpets can be defined as an online game which is geared towards pet lovers, and which is carried out in a micro-sharing fashion. In principle, users submit a picture of their mascots and tell everybody why they are so cute. Pets are then paired and voted upon by other members of the online community. The eventual aim is to find out who has the cutest pet around. When uploading a picture, you must make sure that the same does not...

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CitySpeek.com – Move Over Twitter

CitySpeek is a new web service that is best-defined as a communication portal that follows on the micro-sharing approach popularized by Twitter. The one difference is that CitySpeek has built-in picture and video integration, effectively making for a more realized experience from the word go. Furthermore, this new messaging system includes an option for creating and joining groups, so that it is possible to keep things as private or...

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