On MySpace, Stone posted:
There are tens of thousands of mobile, desktop and Web applications creating a variety of ways to interact with Twitter on your favorite device or service. We think people should read or write tweets wherever they prefer, so we work with social networks, mobile networks, television networks and search engines to make that happen. This week, fans of MySpace have started taking their @usernames with them by syncing their accounts with Twitter.
When you sync your MySpace account with Twitter, you’ll be able to update your status as you normally would from your home page, status and mood page, or mobile phone. When you update your status on MySpace, it will also update Twitter, and the reverse is true. We’re already seeing many accounts syncing up and we expect more to follow. Kudos to Ryan Sarver and the Twitter platform team for helping to get this worked out with our friends at MySpace.
And on AOL Lifestream, Stone posted:
Like we said earlier today, people should read or write tweets wherever they prefer, and there’s a large portion of Internet users who prefer AOL. As a proud partner in AOL Lifestream, Twitter will be smoothly integrated into AIM, Bebo and AOL.com. Some of your other favorite services like YouTube, Flickr, Digg and Facebook are also part of the action. Did I mention that our Platform team has working overtime lately? We love those guys!