Twitter hasn’t forgotten about TweetDeck, apparently. The company’s product lead, Kayvon Beykpour, admitted last spring that Twitter planned to overhaul TweetDeck “from the ground up.” Now, Twitter has shared an image of the revamped app and said it’s previewing the experience with “randomly selected” people from the US, Canada, and Australia. Beykpour said Twitter is also testing new TweetDeck features, … More How to try Twitter’s new TweetDeck in preview with a simple browser hack
The next time you take a break from your labors and check Twitter.com on your computer, you can flit about the social-networking site more efficiently with a few keyboard shortcuts. Here is a baker’s dozen of the most helpful of the bunch. 1. Page down and up As you can on other web pages, hit … More 13 keyboard shortcuts for Twitter addicts
The pioneering chat app that taught us to text is pulling the plug. On December 15th, AOL Instant Messenger will shut down after running since 1997. AIM dominated online chat in North America at the turn of the century. But with SMS and social apps like Facebook and WhatsApp having conquered chat, AOL is giving up the … More AOL Instant Messenger is shutting down after 20 years
iOS/Chrome: If you like to collect together different links, whether that’s for organizing a vacation or just random cool stuff, Shout makes it easy to do so, then turn that collection into a list of stuff other people can see. Shout works something like a more public-facing Pocket and takes the idea of Pocket’s public … More Shout Makes It Easy to Curate a List of Links, Send Them Off to Friends
Windows 10 beta testers who are used to the warm, familiar glow of Microsoft’s Blue Screen of Death will start learning it’s not easy being green. Microsoft is tweaking its venerable error message that lets people know that something went wrong, and their computers need to be restarted. While everyday consumers will still see the … More Microsoft is retiring the Blue Screen of Death for some users
That is all well and good but what about Windows 9?