In my never-ending quest for the perfect Twitter client, I’ve decided to do a side-by-side comparison of features of some of more popular clients. This list is probably not exhaustive, and the current clients continue to add new features frequently. I’ll try to keep it updated as they do, though.
Looks like a new round of phishing attacks are well underway, targeting Facebook users. There are a few going around, and they seem to work slightly differently (although same principle) to the previous round of virus/phishing attacks from last year, featuring the Bolivar23.exe virus and the Koobface virus.
As most Twitter user’s know, Twitter recently implemented a change to the way @replies are handled in the user’s timeline. This change dramatically impacts the way I (and many of my followers) use Twitter, and does potentially irreperable damage to the one thing that truly set Twitter apart from other newsfeed/status update types of services.