Austin, Texas – Twitter has introduced a new set of
frameworks, called @anywhere, that will let third-party websites implement a
similar experience to what is available on

The new feature will
allow Twitter users to sign-in to the service on third-party sites, where they
will be able to monitor the 50 million tweets a day now being sent by Twitter’s
more than 600 million members.

Initial launch partners for @anywhere will
include The New York Times, Yahoo, Bing, YouTube, eBay, Amazon, Digg and The
Huffington Post.

"Imagine being able to follow a New York Times journalist
directly from her byline, tweet about a video without leaving YouTube, and
discover new Twitter accounts while visiting the Yahoo home page — and that’s
just the beginning," Twitter co-founder Biz Stone wrote on the company’s


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