Monthly Archives: February 2010

Using Seesmic to Send a Sweet Photo via TweetPhoto

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We are very happy and excited to be partnering with TweetPhoto to enhance the user-experience within our Seesmic for BlackBerry and Seesmic for Android apps. We'll soon have TweetPhoto available within all Seesmic products and very excited to provide users a great platform to not only upload photos, but also an optimized way to socially interact in real-time photo sharing.

In TweetPhoto, you will find an extensive array of photo and social related functions from reviewing the social TweetPhoto feed of your Twitter friends to checking out the cool social pics of famous celebrities!

You'll also find other great features which include:

•    Favorite the photos you like
•    Track how many people looked at a photo
•    Adjust geo-tag photos sent
•    Self-moderate comments
•    Search tagged photos throughout the site
•    Add a TweetPhoto widget

TweetPhoto aims to change the way in which people socially share, discover and interact with photos across multiple social networks in a way that feels natural and engaging to users.

We're very fortunate to be partnering with them, and we're looking forward as all our products mature. With this partnership, we'll soon be able to offer you the best experience possible in building your community and managing your online presence in the photo-sharing Twitterverse.

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Seesmic BlackBerry now supports Multi-Accounts, up to 50 social networks with Ping.fm and TweetPhoto Partnership

Seesmic for
BlackBerry is raising the standards in smart mobile engagement. Always having
in mind the infinite number of online social networks, the app introduces
Multi-Accounts, Ping.fm component and Choosing photo uploading size. Seesmic for BlackBerry also focuses on other
features that will make your Twitter experience faster, much more efficient
and useful.  

Visit the http://m.seesmic.com from your mobile device's browser and download the application proper for your mobile.  

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Multi-Accounts and cross-posting

Seesmic introduces the possibility to add multiple Twitter accounts. The Seesmic for BlackBerry update, thus, gives you the ability to simultaneously verify the accounts introduced and reach out to your Twitter followers at all times. The app does not only assure connectivity and easiness in sharing beliefs and ideas, but it also guarantees natural and intuitive navigation between multiple accounts.

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Seesmic at Evernote’s Notable Tech Event tonight

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Evernote is hosting its first ever Notable Tech Event, and Seesmic will be in attendance in a panel moderated by Guy Kawasaki.

Panel Discussion: Managing Competition in Tech
Loic will take part in a great panel discussion moderated by Guy Kawasaki, titled Managing Competition in Tech. Our panelists will be Phil Libin, CEO of Evernote; and Adeo Ressi, founding member of TheFunded.com.

Event details

Date: Thursday, February 25th
Time: 6pm-9pm, panel discussion starts at 7:30
Location: 111 Minna Gallery, San Francisco

http://notabletech.eventbrite.com/

Tickets are free and they will be charging at the door, so take advantage of the free offer.

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Android Meetup Details Co-Hosted by @seesmic & @motodev #amc10

Details are out for the Motorola and Seesmic meetup to get people together at the offices of Seesmic on
February 24, 2010 at 6:30pm to network with the Android community & friends alike!

We're all set for tomorrow (Wednesday Feb. 24th) – Android Meetup for Charity (hashtag #amc10) supporting the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Over 90 people are coming from numerous different companies that have developed Android applications to those interested in getting into the Android space. Meetup starts at 6:30pm at the 11th floor penthouse of the Seesmic offices.  To register and more info check out the event web site at http://androidcharity.eventbrite.comHere are a few of the activities planned:


Android App Demos
Bring your apps and demo them throughout the night. We'll provide the ELMO to project your Android app on the screen.
 
Hear from Loic LeMeur, Seesmic
Loic will talk about his company's involvement with Android applications and general mobile strategy.
 
Create Your Own Droid – We Provide the 'Doh You Provide the Art
Use your artistic talents to create your favorite Droid. Is it the Droid with the light saber or the Droid with the mini-Droid next to it (ala Austin Powers and mini-me..hehe). Winner will be voted on by the public and will receive a fabulous prize.
 
Meet Cancer Survivor Marcella Marcheschi
Hear Marcella amazing story of survival and how the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society helped her.
 
Bid to Find a Cure for Cancer
Throughout the whole nite you'll have an opportunity to bid on the below items and more to help the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. If you can donate products, gift certificates, or services email Randy Ksar at rksar at motorola dot com. Our goal is to raise $5000 and more items donated the better.

  • Magnum bottle of wine from Astrale e Terra
  • Private Tasting at Astrale e Terra
  • 8 hours of Advice on Strategy, Product Roadmap & Customer/Market Fit by mobile expert Lars Kamp from Accenture
  • 2 hours of social media consulting by Tom Diederich from Zendesk
  • 1 week featured placement on the Android Arcade at www.mplayit.com/android and promotion of application as 'App of the Day' to Android Arcade fans.
  • 10 x AMC Gold Experience Tickets donated by Flixster


Thanks and we look forward to meeting everyone and helping a great cause.

 
Can't Make it? Join the Cause on Facebook
Spread the word via Facebook and/or donate at:
https://www.causes.com/fb/donations/new?ts=1266999376&cause_id=443190

 

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Initial coverage about Seesmic Web release with contact management and threaded conversations

Awesome feedback from our first users of our new Seesmic Web and from many tech bloggers from TechCrunch, Mashable, ReadWriteWeb, WebWare, NewSome, HuffingtonPost and LeCarnetTechno (apologies if I missed some)

MG Siegler in TechCrunch Seesmic Web Perfects The Management Of Twitter Followers

"Do you follow more than 100 people on Twitter? If so, have you ever tried to manage them on Twitter.com? If you want to remove some people you followed years ago, it’s a huge pain. Seesmic has just made a much better way.

The new Seesmic Web app, launching today, brings with it a new main tab: Contacts. As you can guess, this is a contact manager for Twitter that makes pruning your Twitter contacts a breeze"

Barb Dybwad in Mashable Seesmic Web App Now Does Threaded Twitter Conversations

"We had a chance to check out the new features and are especially excited about the conversational threads feature. Pictured below, the new option aggregates Twitter conversations into a pop-up chronological view of @replies that transpired during the Twitter exchange between you and user user(s). It’s a great way to pull in a cohesive view of a Twitter conversation"

Frederic Lardinois in ReadWriteWeb With New Features, Seesmic Web Blurs the Line between Web & Desktop Twitter clients

"Overall, the experience of using Seesmic Web comes very close to using a desktop client. There are a few features that are still missing in the web version (resizable columns, for example), but otherwise, Seesmic Web is a very good replacement for a desktop Twitter client.

Using a web-based client brings a number of advantages with it, including the absence of any Twitter rate limits. If you like the Seesmic interface give it a try in a site-specific browser like Fluidon the Mac or Mozilla's Prism."

Rafe Needleman in CNET News Webware New Seesmic Web out-features Seesmic Desktop

"Seesmic Web is a very attractive, highly functional, and very fluid Twitter client, even stacked up against pure downloadable apps. It's worth taking for a spin."

Kent Newsome in Newsome.Org Seesmic Web Makes Good Twitter

"I was way late to the party, but have been using and enjoying Seesmic Web for the past few weeks.  It takes the chaos and user-unfriendliness that is the native Twitter web site, and makes it darn near usable."

Bianca Bosker in Huffington Post Seesmic Web App Update Includes Threaded Conversations, Contact Manager

Bruno Guglielminetti LeCarnetTechno <Seesmic facilite l'usage de Twitter sur le Web

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