I’ve been helping out with the PhweetTalk – the Phweet blog and I’m cross-posting this here. I’ll probably be doing more of my blogging there for a while. And I’ve become a real Twitter monster – I update stuff I am doing very regularly there – so do check me out!
Since the public alpha launch on July 30th, we’ve been asked several times whether Phweet is a noun or a verb. We’d like to think it’s both. Phweetisms we like, even more! Here’s a collection of user-generated comments around Phweet afloat in the Twitter world and the blogosphere:
Twitter’s curry; it is called Phweet: TeachEng.Us
A CB radio – space for spontaneous conference calling: Chinarut
Ruthlessly Simplified Disintermediation – Jim Courtney at Skype Journal
Jon Husband at the FastForward Blog:Twitter Conjoined With Instant Calling (TM) = Phweet
VoIP is Unstoppable – It’s Simply our Infrastructure – Ken Camp
Who says you can’t VOIP on Aircell, I just did it – Andy Abramson
PhoneBoy : because I can?
This one made us laugh – Phweet-Phound-of-Phuccess: Doug Haslam
Phweet has that wild-west VoIP feel – ntheory
“On-Demand Consulting” and “The principle of talk radio”: Mark Mayhew in a Phweet conversation with Stuart and me.
A cool visual representation of Andy’s Aircell-Phweet experience, from ValleyWag:
Atmasphere: it’s pretty damn simple
Do drop in more Phweetisms at the comments – you may get as creative as you wish