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Linux Twitter Client: Hotot

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Hotot is a lightweight, python-based, desktop twitter client I tried on my Linux Mint 10 GNOME desktop. I found Hotot to include many features you’d expect in a desktop client and a few you may not.
Hotot looks great visually and after finding where all of the controls were at I liked the Hotot interface even more. The interface consists of an update field at the top of the main window, Refresh, Extensions, and Settings buttons in the top right, and several buttons for selecting the Timeline, Mentions, Direct Messages, Retweets, Find People, and Search areas down at the bottom.
 read more | mail this link | score:8614 | -aweber, March 20, 2011
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