Kwippy Invites

Martin Brinkmann
Aug 3, 2008
Updated • Oct 20, 2012
Internet, Twitter

While I do have Twitter, Facebook and several other accounts I barely use them and cannot see a real gain for using them extensively. Quite the opposite. Still, I was invited by Joe from Webby's World to Kwippy which from first looks seems to be some sort of Twitter clone. It is currently in private beta and I would like to give everyone the opportunity to join the beta.

What you need to do is to follow me on Twitter so that I can invite you to Kwippy. Yes, that sounds pretty strange but from what I can tell the only real option to invite other users is to invite the Twitter followers. I'm also not sure if I can repeat that indefinitely or not.

So if you want an invite you need to follow me on Twitter. Use the following link to my profile. I'm not really sure about the differences between Twitter and Kwippy, if anyone is using both services feel free to post a comment to explain things.

The only valid reason for using any of them would be to receive tips from readers that way.

Update: I can also invite by email. Just discovered the option on my profile page. If you prefer that way let me know here in the comments. Below are two screenshots as requested by Dark Kosmos:

My public Kwippy profile for those who already have a Kwippy account and would like to follow me.


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  1. smaragdus said on October 7, 2012 at 8:55 pm

    I have just tested the Wikipedia Book Creator and in works fine. I am pleased that the output format can be EPUB which is far superior than PDF. For me EPUB is the best e-book format, I prefer it to FB2 DJVU and especially over PDF, not to mention Microsoft LIT, Amazon and Mobipocket trash.

  2. benny said on November 2, 2012 at 9:21 am

    they actually had epub export for awhile but then stopped. good to see it’s back.

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