When you go to Radio3 the first time, instead of seeing a blank screen, now there's three paragraphs worth of instructions and an explanation of what the product does and its philosophy. When you sign on to Twitter, this is replaced with the edit box and history table.
Here's a screen shot of the new sign-on screen.
You can test it by signing off Twitter, and signing back on.
As you know, Radio3 is a cross-platform linkblogging tool that works with Facebook, Twitter, and posts to a feature-full RSS feed. Now, with this release, we add WordPress to the list of publishing surfaces for Radio3.
In the System menu (at the right edge of the menu bar) choose Settings. Click on the WordPress panel, screen shot.
Enter the address of your WordPress site, your username and password. We only use this information to post to your site, when you tell us to do so. The login information is stored on our server.
In the Platforms panel, click the checkbox for posting to WordPress.
Use Radio3 exactly as before. Now your links will flow to your WordPress site as well as the other surfaces you've enabled.
The text of the post goes in the title of the WordPress post, and the link goes in the body. I tried to mirror the behavior of Radio3 with Facebook and Twitter. It's pretty amazing how well today's WordPress deals with embedded media.
Please report any problems on the mail list or in a comment here.