Tweetmeme Live service

This service shows a lot of promise.   Its still a bit of a fire hose even at the 20 retweet setting, but you still get very good real time updates.  The other issue is that there is now way I could see to ppe the real time updates into Growl (or name your favorite alert software).

As a bonus, the article at ReadWriteWeb lists previous reviews of similar services.

Tweetmeme Live: See What’s Big on Twitter Right Now – ReadWriteWeb

Tweetmeme, a memetracker that tracks popular retweets on Twitter, just launched a real-time version of its service that displays tweets that are currently in heavy rotation on the popular microblogging service. In order to filter this constant stream of messages, Tweetmeme users can choose to only see messages that have been retweeted at least twice, though the default setting is for five retweets and can go up to twenty.

Published in: on April 22, 2009 at 9:38 pm  Comments (1)  

Gantt Charts anyone?

LifeHacker has posted about a new free online tool for project management that can import and export from MS Project.  As a bonus, they list some open source project management options.

Lifehacker – Gantter Does Project Management in Your Browser – Project

Web-based project management tool Gantter has an interface that looks remarkably similar to Microsoft Project—and even lets you import and export your Project files.

Published in: on April 22, 2009 at 9:04 pm  Leave a Comment  

Google Analytics API

Finally.  Now maybe we’ll see a Mac analytics dashboard widget that actually works.  The Java gdata libraries have been updated (version 1.3.1) to include the Analytics API

Google Analytics API Now In Public Beta, Desktop Reporting Takes Stats Offline

Moments ago, Google released the public beta version of the Google Analytics API after running a private beta program with hundreds of developers for about a year.

Published in: on April 22, 2009 at 1:23 pm  Leave a Comment