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Showing posts with label hci. Show all posts

Tuesday, 27 March 2007

All of a Twitter

The past few days I've been playing with, and beta testing, Twitterrific 2. The new features are welcome and I'm delighted to note a few more of my suggestions (doubtlessly suggested by others too) made it into this release:

Apple menu bar icon
Spell checker

I only wish that the menu bar icon included settings options a la Gmail Notifier. This breaks, for me at least, human-computer interaction (HCI) guidelines. However, don't let that stop you from joining in the fun here.

Thanks Ged for letting me play in the Iconfactory's sandpit for a while.

A Twitter friend, Drew Benvie, social media adviser for Lewis PR and a blogging expert, is interviewed in today's edition of the Guardian newspaper Why are so many people blogging off?