Documentally catches up with Iain Dodsworth from TweetDeck

 In mobile, twitter

If  you use twitter, and aren’t using TweetDeck – what’s wrong with you!

While I was at Tuttle in London on Friday, I wasn’t there long enough to catch up with TweetDeck guru, Iain Dodsworth.

Lucky for us though,  our man inside – Christian Payne (@documentally) was there and he recorded this short interview below.


Talking With TweetDeck from Documentally on Vimeo.

Neville Hobson also talks on his blog about the utility of TweetDeck.

If you have more than a handful of twitter followers, you should seriously try out TweetDeck.  It is free, and runs on the Adobe AIR platform on Windows and Mac so you can have it open as a separate application.

I have been using TweetDeck for several months now and it just keeps getting better.  Iain has done a brilliant job with it and he listens closely to the feedback from his users.  It is simply a beautifully engineered piece of software that I use every day.

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