Good ideas are flying in for dealing with a Twitter that has been put on life support to try to keep a pulse going through the Apple WWDC keynote event later this morning. Watch the news on the Summize Apple search page, and if the service goes down, hop on over to Twiddict, which will post your messages to Twitter right away if the service is live, or will queue them up and hold them until the service is back online.
TwitterMail provides a similar feature via email, so choose your poison. But the good news is, you don’t have to stop Twittering just because Twitter’s stopped letting you.
A warning on both services – you have to enter your Twitter credentials to make it work. Don’t come complaining back to me if something ridiculously awful happens to you afterwards.