Following too many people on Twitter? Can't separate the friends from the freaks, celebs from the geeks? Reportage [$1.99 - iTunes link] for iPhone and iPod touch takes an innovative "radio tuner" metaphor and uses it to cut through the Twitter chatter and let you stay up to date on just who you want, when you want. And thanks to developer Wherecloud, we're giving away ten (10) free copies to kick the New Year off right!
If you want one, leave a reply below and let us know who you want @reportage to help you tune in to. In other words, who's the funniest, most entertaining, savviest, most illuminating, all-around awesomest Twitter account you want to keep up with in 2010. (And yes @ nobody! Get Twitter off my lawn! is a perfectly fine answer, and so is @theiphoneblog -- but neither will *help* ya win!).
Note: Promo codes are only valid in the US App Store, so make sure you have a US App Store account if you want a chance to get a code! We're picking 10 at random on Sunday night, 12 midnight ET. One entry per user. Etc.
Let's see...I even made it on the screen cap showing the app, so you know I use it. Twitter has become like a second (first?) social life to me, and I need it so I can stalk, er, follow @reneritchie and @ichadman and generally tune out the other thousand people I'm following out of courtesy!
@IsobelWren: "the thinking man's nympho"
and some of her friends and associates,
and a bunch of economists like
@MarkThoma and @CalculatedRisk,
and some news (@cnnbrk? @Reuters? @WSJ?)
and maybe some people who tend to be tweet financial news before the news organizations do, like
@bondscoop and @fullcarry;
and of course
well, let's see how tuned in I get...