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The New and Improved TweetDeck


Okay, so it’s a little rough around the edges (the video quality could be clearer and the audio louder), but it is, nonetheless, my first attempt at desktop video by a new service I discovered the other day called Screenr.

Here, I take a stab at explaining some of the new updates in the latest version of TweetDeck.  I left TweetDeck in May for Seesmic.  Recently though, Seesmic has begun to crash on me quite regularly.

And, while I love these new updates to TweetDeck and have switched back in large part because of them, I’m still having one relatively major issue.  Every time I open TweetDeck, none of my columns show up and I have to re-populate the application with them (frustrating to say the least).  Later today, I plan to uninstall and then reinstall the app to see if that resolves the problem.

By the way, my friend John Haydon inspired this particular video.  He happens to be a lot better at it than I am (and is also smart enough to be doing it on a Mac).

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  1. […] From a Single App Posted on September 18, 2009 by Jeff Did I recently post I’d given up on Seesmic?  Why, yes I […]

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