Even though it enough years under its belt, Twitter still manages to hold its own next to its competitors in the ever-expanding and ever-evolving world of social media.
It may not be everyone's cup of tea and it may not be perfect, but Twitter is undoubtedly the best "feed" of real-time information.
If you're an avid Twitter user, and you don't want to have your smartphone glued to your hand every second of your life, then you have most definitely used a Twitter client.
Meet TwitterTron – a simple, Electron-built Twitter client
Inspired by other reliable clients before it such as Nocturn or Twitter for Mac, TwitterTron is a hum-drum Twitter client written in typescript with React and Electron.
Its job? – As simple as they get: to bring Twitter to your desktop, and not much else.
Is TwitterTron right for me?
The app allows you to access your Twitter feed, Tweet, Retweet, reply, and mention, as well as create threads. The interface is modern, yet extremely simple, and there are no customization options.
That said, it's quite clear that TwitterTron is and what it isn't. TwitterTron doesn't have all the fancy features of other Twitter clients. You can't schedule Tweets, you can't manage multiple feeds at once (or multiple accounts), and you can't filter posts and Tweets.
In short, if you're looking for all the bells and whistles found in premium Twitter clients, you'll be disappointed.
Even though we are all aware of Twitter's API restrictions (making it somewhat difficult for all developers to add extra functionality via clients), TwitterTron is not a bad choice.
Yes, it's very simple, yes the interface isn't the snappiest of the bunch, and yes, it provides next to no features outside of what the platform offers. On the other hand, it's open-source (so you can check out the code yourself in order to make sure what data is collected about you), it's free, and it looks good on Windows.
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TwitterTron Download With Full Crack is a completely open source desktop app for browsing Twitter, retweeting, replying, and making some brief Twitter calculations.
• Has a very light design to it. We really took our time with this. Even though we considered making it a thicker version to improve the experience, we went with making it simple.
• Has an offline mode (where you can just read tweets).
• It has support for theme and keyboard shortcuts.
• Shows the featured Tweets
• Has a built-in profile manager (that allows you to manage multiple accounts).
• Supports multiple accounts.
• Has a simple and clean feature set.
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Are you looking for a nice app with which you can keep up-to-date with Twitter’s new augmented reality (AR) technology? Well, Twitter has officially partnered with Augment, a startup that has invented an AR technology that could bring any piece of paper to life.
Now, you don’t need to print out a piece of paper every time you want to post an update to your Twitter feed.
So, what does this mean exactly?
Well, in the near future, you will be able to use Twitter’s app to add AR stickers and shapes to tweets and images.
With this, you will be able to combine text, images, videos and other social media links into the shape of your favorite things such as objects, people or anything that would take your fancy.
How does it work?
Augment works by using artificial intelligence and learning programs to find the exact location of an object and, therefore, apply appropriate Augment shapes and markers to tweets.
Hence, with this tech, you will be able to add augmented reality stickers to your tweets and videos.
Furthermore, since this is still a developing technology, the company hasn’t shared any information about if Twitter will replace the latest button with the ‘shapes and imagery’ icon.
However, in a blog post, when Augment announced its partnership with Twitter, it noted that “Twitter believes in the real-world usefulness of this technology.”
So, as it stands now, the company is offering API access to anybody who wants to use the technology.
How do you use it?
Augment is currently only available on iOS and Android.
So, if you want to try it
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Confusion about a proof in Munkres’s topology
I’m reading Munkres’ Topology and in it there is the following question.
At any point, $p$, the neighborhood $B(p, r)$ is a union of a finite collection of open balls. [This is never explicitly stated, so let’s suppose that they are all distinct.] Since $B(p,r)$ is an open set, it is an intersection of open sets [i.e. an open ball]. That is, $B(p,r)=U \cap V$, where $U$ is one of these open balls and $V$ is some other open set. Then, there is some $m$, such that the number of open balls that are contained in $B(p,r)$ is less than $m$. But, clearly the number of balls $B(p,r)$ can be is less than $m$ [since the union of the balls in any collection is also an open ball] so there is a ball $B(p,r_m)$ which has size $r_m$ which is disjoint from the ball $B(p,r)$. But then, we have that $r\leq r_m$ which contradicts $rr$” is wrong.
Since there are only finitely many balls, $r_m$ must be one of them. Otherwise, there is a smaller ball in the collection of balls that has radius $r$, but this contradicts the fact that each ball has its own radius.
Your reasoning is not correct, however, since $r_m$ may be different
What’s New In TwitterTron?
* Twitter client for Windows built using Electron and TypeScript
* No dependencies except for Atom.js
* Very simple interface
* Fetches tweets via Twitter’s streaming API
* Displays tweets in a single window
* Automatically fetches tweets when opened
* Displays a timeline
* Works fine in Windows 10
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