Archive for the ‘survey the Twittersphere’ Category

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twtpoll

January 2, 2009

twtpoll – create multiple choice polls for Twitter and Facebook.

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Lazy Tweet

October 6, 2008

Lazy Tweet – ask a question, include the words lazytweet or lazyweb. Questions get re-posted to the Lazy Tweet site and if someone supplies you with an answer they will @ you to let you know.

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ToAnswer

August 9, 2008

ToAnswer – Ask the Twittersphere. Follow @toask and @toanswer to participate. To ask a question reply to @toask, e.g. “@toask who killed Roger Rabbit?”. You can review the questions you have asked by entering your Twitter username and see what answers other Twitter users have submitted.

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HelpWith

May 22, 2008

HelpWith – ask the Twittersphere for help with your problems. Follow @helpwith and send them your problem e.g. “@helpwith #ubuntu anyone know of a really good media player?” If you can answer someone else’s question you are encouraged to send them a reply.

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Twistori

April 29, 2008

Twistori – completely mesmerising “social experiment”. Using data taken from Summize, Twistori tracks 6 words: Love, Hate, Think, Believe, Feel and Wish. The result? Possibly a squillion jumping off points for a budding author.

A perfect example: “Smack talk in office is escalating. I believe it is now officially ‘on.'”

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PollDaddy Twitter Polls

April 15, 2008

PollDaddy Twitter Polls – PollDaddy now lets you easily create polls for Twitter. Ask a question, enter your Twitter details and hit send.

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plusplusbot

April 13, 2008

plusplusbot – “Karma for anything and anyone”. Follow @plusplusbot. To praise someone or something send a message such as “infobunny++ because she’s so great!” or to point out a flaw post “Phorm– creepy”. plusplusbot keeps tabs on votes. To submit anonymously send a direct message (starting the message with !).