Topytalk.com – Contextualizing Twitter Conversations
If we were to sit down and try to determine why a whopping amount of people that are new to Twitter never bother to tweet at all, I think that we would discover such a thing happens because people just don’t know what to tweet about.
That is, Twitter is not really a practical tool when it comes to showing you what has happened when you were absent for a couple of hours, let alone a day or two.
This situation is aggravated by the fact that the timeline is populated by replies from people that our friends follow and we don’t. We take all this together, and the results can be chaotic.
This new app attempts to address this situation by gathering together all the replies that go with a tweet and having them placed under the originating tweet itself. It also lets you find specific conversations using a supple search tool. You can individualize the name of the person you are interested in, and then start seeing what the person has been talking about recently. And you can also specify multiple names at once, and create a true web of conversations that are really contextualized.
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