Brizzly, the web-based social-media manager that ranked as one of our readers' favourite Twitter clients, has dropped the invite code requirement and is available for anyone to log into. It's still technically in "beta", but mostly to keep up the fairly rapid pace of feature development. [via TechCrunch]
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