Six Twitter Clients for the Linux Desktop and One for the Road
May 01, 2008, 09:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Lisa Hoover)
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"Twitter is a popular social networking utility that's gaining
popularity as a micro-blogging tool. Registered users can post
messages--also called Tweets--via the Web interface, but many
prefer to use desktop applications that offer additional
functionality and move Tweeting out of the browser entirely.
"Qt Twitter Linux is a barebones KDE client developed with Qt
and C++. Since it was built using Twitter's APIs, messages sent via
this tool appear instantaneously in Twitter's timeline as if they
were sent directly from the Web-based interface (all Tweets show
what app the sender uses by default)..."