I split myself between the Twitter site and TwitterDeck (when it doesn't crash on me).

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Oh by the way I"m @Shonie. Don't know if I ever posted that anywhere.
Right now, TweetDeck and sometimes the web site on the computer, the web site or SMS on the cellphone.
Tweetie and Tweetdeck. Tweetie is nice and simpla and has all of the functions one needs.
I really like TweetBeep for monitoring tweets on specific terms and issues. The service sends you an email when someone uses one of your key words. www.tweetbeep.com
I use Twitterberry on my Blackberry to tweet and it works great.
I highly recommend twittergadget through igoogle. IMHO, it's worth it to set up an igoogle page just for this purpose.
Blackberry = Uber Twitter - it is great and free! use to use Twitterberry but it is very limited
Touch = TwitterFon - it is good and free.
PC = twitter.com - meh...
I use the twitter site and tweetberry on my phone. The only thing I wish I had on tweetberry is the ability to search/click on hashtags and to click on people's names (after RTs for example!)
Right now I'm using twitbin.
Seesmic Desktop for PC/MAC and Tweetie for my iPhone.
I use Nambu on my Mac and Tweetie on my iPhone, however I'm wating for the pro version of twitterena+ which should be out in the next couple of days.
Ubertwitter on my blackberry and web on my laptop .... but I almost never use it on my laptop, always on the blackberry! @staceydivone :)

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