Pownce, the hosted Twitter-alike service Six Apart acquired last year, re-emerges as free, open-source app for Web developers called Motion.
Microblogging service Pownce is closing in just a few hours. Be sure to grab your data, if you haven't already, using the simple export request.
Once considered a Twitter rival, the start-up co-founded by Digg's Kevin Rose will be closing down in two weeks.
Pownce opens up to everyone
Powncememe pulls together odd or interesting items from Pownce and puts them on a single page.
Pownce (kinda) goes mobile.
Address and calendar organization site branches into friendlier kind of networking by allowing users to spice up profiles with feeds from Twitter, Digg, Flickr, etc.
Is the new nanoblog service Pownce a threat to Twitter?
What's your bid for a free invite to an alpha Web service?
The alpha release of Kevin Rose's latest project lets you share files, links, and other info with your friends. Sure, it's a combination of several old ideas. But it works well.