Plurk is yet another free social networking service with striking similarity to its 2 year-old counterpart, Twitter. You might even call Plurk a clone of Twitter, but Plurk has a lot more to offer, it’s more social than Twitter, and it’s as close as it gets to becoming an IM!
This is how the people at Plurk describes themselves.
A really snazzy site that allows you to showcase the events that make up your life, and follow the events of the people that matter to you, in deliciously digestible short messages called plurks.
The followings are the tools that makes Plurk work with WordPress.
Retrieving Plurks onto your WordPress blog
Plurk for WordPress is a simple plugin by Ricardo González that retrieves your latest plurk messages and display it on your WordPress blog.
Sending Plurks whenever you publish or Edit a post on your WordPress Blog
WordPlurk is a nifty plugin that allows you to post your WordPress blog posts to Plurk.
Plurk Updater sends a Plurk to your account anytime you create, publish, or edit a post on your WordPress blog. You can pick and choose when Plurks are sent and what text is passed along with it.