TwitterGadget: Send tweets from iGoogle and Gmail

TwitterGadget allows Twitterers to send tweets from their iGoogle pages and Gmail accounts, a must-have Twitter tool for Twitterers.

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There’s a new AJAX-based Google Gadget out there that allows Twitterers to access Twitter and send tweets directly from their iGoogle pages and Gmail accounts. The new AJAX-based Google Gadget is known as TwitterGadget and it has some cool Web 2.0 functions (TwitterGadget describes their Google Gadget as a “clean, robust, web 2.0 style client for Twitter”) that are not available even at Twitter and may require some getting used to. Take a look at the following video to see TwitterGadget in action.

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