We've been getting some great feedback from people using @Nurph to workaround Twitter's shortcomings - including the 140 character limit and it's stifling effect on conversations, the lack of coherent conversation archives, the confusing maze of @-replies, and the lack of a group feature that brings your Twitter community together on the same page...
@KateRussell (a technology reporter at the BBC) stopped by Nurph few days ago:
...and here are some of our favorite individual tweets:
@swombat: I used @nurph to create an ad-hoc chat room to discuss an article with someone from twitter... it worked really, really well.
@haersitic: Visit nurph.com and make your own channel. Beats all that previous tinychat crap
Nurph interfaces with Twitter but no character limitations. Freedom from 140!!! #bizforum
If you're interested in making more of your Twitter conversations and bringing your Twitter community together on the same page in a chat room-style environment, take your Nurph Channel for a spin - it's like your very own Twitter hangout and chat room.