"What are you lookin' at?" That's the question that greets users of Twitgoo, one of eight photo and video tools profiled by Lara Kulp on TwiTip.
It's great to see utilities that help Twitter move beyond the boundaries of the 140-character Tweet. One application that looks especially promising is TweetPhoto, which "offers a lot of the advanced options you might enjoy for free: Stats, geo-tagging, favoriting/retweeting, etc."
To see all eight tools, read "8 Photo And Video Sharing Tools For Twitter You May Not Have Seen." And while you're at TwiTip, which is edited by ProBlogger's Darren Rowse, be sure to check out the Twitter Survival Guide as well.