Windows/Mac/Linux (with Adobe Air): TweetDeck — the most popular Twitter client among Lifehacker readers — just released an update to version 0.33, bringing with it more support for viewing media inline without opening a page in your browser (including YouTube videos and Flickr images) and a nice new column navigation tool.
TweetDeck Adds YouTube And Flickr Support, Improves Navigation
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