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Type of site
|Social web reader|
|Available in||English, German, Spanish, Japanese, Portuguese, French, Korean|
Its features included allowing users to create lists to organize followers, showing user the full in-line links from URL shortening services and showing photos from photo sharing services. It was described as FriendFeed for Twitter.
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- Brizzly is shutting the cave door
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