It seems with everyone Tweeting online these days, Bing and Google both want to join in the fun. Both companies announced yesterday that they would be including relevant Tweets in their search results. Bing made their announcement at the Web 2.0 conference in San Fransisco, and it appears to me that Bing may be out in front of Google a bit on this one.
Soon, more people on the planet will be able to Tweet in their native language. Twitter, which is now available only in the English and Japanese languages, has decided to add support for the French, Italian, German, and Spanish languages.
Twitter just announced a new feature called Lists, it looks very interesting, if you are a die hard Twit, Twitterer, or Tweeter.
It looks like Twitter has already found a way to spend some of that funding they secured last week. Twitter Lists will allow you to create a collection of niche Twitter accounts. For example, sports related, favorite athletes, or movie personalities, or just about anything you can think of, can be assembled into a list and displayed.
A relatively new website called Tweet Your Prayers just opened online. They will print out and place the prayers that you tweet to them, on the wailing wall in Jerusalem. The wailing wall, also known as the Kotel is Judaism's most holy site.
Los Angeles, the nations second largest city, has been considering tossing it's current computer network, and using Google Apps instead. As you read here last week, Twitter, the popular communications company, was hacked recently, and the Google Apps program was involved.