See What Links Are Being Shared on Twitter

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Recently, I came across a mention of a site that parses your feed, and tries to locate the popular links being shared by the people you follow. It’s called Strawberry Jam, and, as of right now, it’s still in beta. (I do have a couple of invites, leave a comment if you’re inclined to check it out.)

It’s a nice little service for those days when you really don’t have time to follow along on Twitter much, but you still want to see what sort of links are being shared among your connections. The service, upon login, will grab a list of both the most popular links being shared, as well as the most recent links, show you who shared them, and allow you to mouse over their avatar to see what, exactly, they tweeted about it.

All in all, a pretty useful bit of technology!

3 Responses

  1. Dan Geiser
    | Reply

    Hey, Mike,
    I am interested if you want to share an invite.

    Thanks,
    Dan
    dgeiser13@gmail.com

    • Mike McBride
      | Reply

      Dan you should have gotten one last night. Looks like I’ve only got one left to give!

  2. […] It was just over a year ago that I discovered and wrote about Strawberryj.am […]

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