If you haven’t tried it out yet, Twitterfall lets you see the top trending Twitter topics (say that 5 times fast) and set up a live stream of all the people discussing that topic on the public timeline. When you interact with any of the tweets in the stream (very easy as Twitterfall has API integration), Twitterfall pauses the “waterfall of tweets” and buffers any new ones. For the powertweeter, Twitterfall is a must!
The special WWDC edition has two modes: public tweets and “live tweets.” The first option is essentially the normal mode set to display all WWDC tweets (though it looks like they’re doing something to keep it from becoming too hardcore. The second one will only show tweets from a short list of users that represent people tweeting live from inside the conference itself.
While the liveblogs are a pretty reliable way to keep on top of things, if you really want to get your WWDC news as fast as humanly possible, give WWDCFall a try!
Oh and if you’d like to hear my thoughts on WWDC as well, you can follow my tweets too!