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  1. Tweet Dump: Ressuretion

    A long time ago I had a small series of blog entries talking about using Python and MySQL to capture the Twitter public timeline. As I've hinted at in my CouchDB post last year, I was going to bring this topic back from the grave, this time using CouchDB ...

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  2. Interesting use of Twitter

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    I've been a Twitter user for over year now and I still don't really understand it. Twitter seems like a great way to IM a group of people, and that is about all. Now I admit that I don't really get into it, and only once did ...

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  3. Tweet Dump part 3

    Welcome back to another, and probably the last, instalment of the tweet dump project.

    The old tweet dump code was done locally. I wanted to see how things would be affected if I ran the tweet dump code to a remote server. Just to get an idea on how travel ...

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  4. Tweet Dump pt 2 : Statistics

    Some of you might remember my post last week titled Tweet Dump. And some of you might recall that I didn't include any statistics regarding my findings. That was my bad, and I apologize. I'll do my best to not do that in the future. So without taking ...

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  5. Tweet Dump

    So one day I was browsing the API of Twitter. And on this particular page on Twitter's website, they talked using a command line utility to interact with Twitter. I was intrigued by this, so I decided to write up a simple script to deposit the tweets and twitter ...

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