Blog Trolling + Connecticut DEN = Brizzly+

Trolling the DEN blogs is something I simply do not do enough; on this one I would fall into the who has time essential life question. But at 5 AM, I just could not bring myself to grade a set of essays, so I blog trolled and got as far as Connecticut. They stopped me in my tracks. To the best of my knowledge, our Northeast (almost) sister-state is the newest DEN LC blog and it writers, Pamela Skelly, Howard Gunther, Lynn Reedy, Gary Webster, Barbara Haeffner and Steve Sokolski have posted an impressive record. I like the amount of new technologies they bring to their readers, and Gunther’s Are You on Social Overload stopped me cold. Of course, who of us would not say yes to that titular question.

So I dived in and found Brizzly. This application aggregates (to date) Twitter (multiple accounts) and Facebook feeds. If you are, like me, not the most intuitive person with new apps, this one’s for you. In under 4 minutes I had an account, set up both Twitter accounts, and added Facebook. Everything is so EASY!

Why reinvent the wheel in explaining Brizzly when Gunther can do it for us.

If you are having problems keeping up with your social networks then you need brizzly.com. Brizzly is a reader that works with Facebook and Twitter. It simplifies your browsing and updating experience, while adding a few cool extras like the ability to group your followers and also mute people. Brizzly lets you keep track of your recent activity, allowing you to tweet, reply and retweet, and post comments on Facebook with just one click.

If you’re on Facebook and Twitter, Brizzly is a no-fuss way check and update your accounts from anywhere.

Hats off to Connecticut. Blog on!






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Comments

  1. Betsy Ruffin

    I agree. I need to more blog trolling. I’ve found some good stuff today as I wandered through the LC blogs, including this post.

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