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TwitChimp.com Beta Announced: Seeking early adopters who use Twitter to gain insights

TwitChimp.com is a web application designed to help Twitter users find the right people to follow and learn more from the ever expanding dialog underway there. It provides features like twitter lists, directories and content summation as well as easy ways to curate and offer recommendations to others in the community.

We will be entering a beta period in late March and will begin inviting a select group of users to work with us at that time. If you make use of Twitter to learn, on any topic, and if you are willing to give us some feedback on our app we would really appreciate you signing up for our beta.

Beta users will be offered early access to our capability and surveyed on what you like and don’t like about the experience. Your feedback will enable us to prioritize our roadmap of future capabilities and will help us spot bugs we will need to fix before moving out of our beta phase.

If you are a Twitter user and an early adopter who can give our capability a test drive please sign up to help us out at:



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Bob Gourley, former CTO of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), is Founder and CTO of Crucial Point LLC, a technology research and advisory firm providing fact based technology reviews in support of venture capital, private equity and emerging technology firms. He has extensive industry experience in intelligence and security and was awarded an intelligence community meritorious achievement award by AFCEA in 2008, and has also been recognized as an Infoworld Top 25 CTO and as one of the most fascinating communicators in Government IT by GovFresh.

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