Techcrunch is reporting today the launch of Tinker, a service from Glam Media that will provide micropayments for Facebook and Twitter microbloggers.
The aim is to aggregate content from particular themes or events in associated widgets and support it with advertising (Tinker intends to make sure obscenities don't creep into the mix to alienate those advertisers, when they wish). It will split revenue with the creators in its new Tinker Micro-Bloggers Network.
It's an interesting development in the micropayment/link economy. Undoubtedly others will arrive in the time ahead as the blogosphere/Twitterverse looks for models to sustain content creation.