Chirp builds products that leverage the abilities of different social media and social networking sites to keep a user connected with their network at all times. Chirp pulls in feeds from sites like Flickr and Facebook, with integrations from other social media sites on the way. Chirp's products compete with offerings from Slide and NetVibes.
The service has been shut down and the team has moved on to thePlatform, a video distribution solution owned by Comcast.
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|Nov 14, 2011||TechCrunch - Sell Simp.ly Wants You To Buy, Sell, And Donate Direct On Twitter (From Any Device)|
|Jun 8, 2011||TechCrunch - No Chirp This Year, So Twitter Developers Holding Their Own Summit|
|Aug 16, 2010||TechCrunch - What Exactly Does Twitter Want Us To Fly To?|
|Mar 30, 2010||TechCrunch - Twitter Sets Chirp Free… Well, Cheaper|
|Mar 1, 2010||TechCrunch - Facebook f8 Tickets Go Up A Bit Early. Not All That Much Cheaper Than Twitter Chirp.|
|Jan 25, 2010||TechCrunch - Platform Wars: Twitter’s Chirp Conference Will Take Place A Week Before Facebook’s f8|
|Nov 5, 2008||dmwmedia.com - thePlatform acquired Chirp Interactive|
|Jul 17, 2008||Gigaom - Comcast-Owned thePlatform Buys Social Media Apps Firm Chirp Interactive|
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