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Brizzly is a start up that is looking to simplify the way we use Twitter and Facebook. It’s got a lot of features that Twitter and Facebook should already have, and now you’ve got’em both in one place.
It’s a cool idea, and it’s not the first one to do such a thing. But it IS kinda slick. Brizzly displays Twitter and Facebook on their own separate interface with one click, so things don’t get cluttered.
One of the best things about the Brizzly Twitter interface is the trends. Sure, it pulls the trends like every other service out there. But you’ll have to admit that half the time you have no idea what some of those trends are, right? Happens to me all the time. Brizzly allows you to put an explanation to a trend or amend a current explanation. Love it.
The twitter interface also does some neat things, like show you image uploads right in the tweet rather than having to click away to see the image. You can make groups, which are essentially like the newly released Twitter Lists.
This side doesn’t really have anything new. It’s pretty much the full Facebook interface right there with your news feed, your wall, and your information. Still it’s nice to have that. You can reply to comments written on your wall or posts, etc.
For lovers of service consolidators out there, Brizzly is an obvious thing to try. Check it out and let me know what you think.
UPDATED: I’ve got 10 Brizzly invite codes. Leave a comment to get yours.