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johnsheehan
    Twitter removed which app posted an update from twitter.com. That's all. (Found out via @erik)
    kosso
      @johnsheehan @erik what's this about? They removed what?
      kosso
        @johnsheehan @erik Ah wait. I get it. They removed the source app. Bah. Twitter = Dicker
        wreichard
          @johnsheehan Later they'll wonder why everyone shifted over to things like app.net.
          collypops
            @johnsheehan IF Twitter keeps this up THEN I keep feeling better about my investment in App.net
            abraham
              Shared @johnsheehan: Twitter removed which app posted an update from twitter.com. That's all. Looks like the display guidelines omit any mention as well. Assuming you have to match their guide exactly, third-party apps can no longer display either.
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              abraham
                Shared @collypops: IF Twitter keeps this up THEN I keep feeling better about my investment in App.net
                folletto
                  @johnsheehan Not even Facebook does that. :/
                  johnsheehan
                    @abraham good observation. @panzer should see that
                    erik
                      @christina @johnsheehan But seeing what app something came from makes the user experience worse for their users...oh wait, nevermind. :P
                      panzer
                        @johnsheehan @abraham Right. Developers have been pointing that out to me as well. Seems that this will be a uniform change if twitter has its way.
                        panzer
                          @johnsheehan @abraham Added a note to the post, thanks!
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