Streamdin for iOS & Android available for download

  • April 11th, 2012

An old project was dusted off and relaunched this week for both iOS & Android: Streamd.in. The core functionality of original web-based application remains – geotagged Twitter activity displayed in real-time on a map. View activity around your current location, or search for a new city to check out. Both apps inadvertently "throttle" digital noise […]

Streamd.in project launch, currently Twitter + Google Maps

  • March 24th, 2010

Location, location, location. Anyone who attended or followed the 2010 SXSW festival understood that the hot topic was “geolocation”. Twitter officially enabled geolocation on streams providing users with the option to include their current location with messages, Foursquare is reporting crazy new user numbers and Gowalla is reporting their own activity numbers from SXSW. So […]

WordPress: Tweet shortened URL of current page to Twitter

  • April 22nd, 2009

One of the most requested pieces of code from the current iteration of 5thirtyone.com are the share links accompanying each article. Each link automatically grabs the current URL & title (if applicable) for the post or page and broadcasts it to the selected social network. This particular tutorial focuses on sharing your content via Twitter. […]

Custom Twistori view of Twitter on your desktop

  • April 1st, 2009

Want a quick glimpse into the current conversations or short ramblings happening on Twitter? Check out Twistori. Launched in early 2008 by Amy Hoy and Thomas Fuchs, Twistori remained one of my favorite sites to take my mind off of whatever stresses or blood boiling situations I might have had while wrestling with Photoshop or […]

Set it and forget it, Sweetcron personal lifestream application

  • February 23rd, 2009

Like so many others, I have a FriendFeed account. I dumped a handful of web services that I use on a daily basis into the "feed" and then sort of forgot about it. Once in awhile I’ll receive an email summary from the service reminding me of what others might be up to, but beyond […]