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Monthly Archives: October 2011
This is an 11-minute tutorial covering how you get started using the GNIP Power Track for Twitter (the “full firehose”) to capture large numbers of Tweets for analysis. Tweet This Post
This short video talks about some of the advantages when using the GNIP-enabled Power Track for gathering Tweets via DiscoverText. Tweet This Post
For the past month, Texifter technical and business development staff have been occupied with multiple large projects including, the cultivation of the GNIP Beta, updating system performance, experimenting with lead generation, and digging through the #OBL:-) Funniest Tweets. However, this has not … Continue reading
For Apple, last week will be remembered as one of its toughest and finest on record, and not just for its tumultuous stock prices, but for the staggering range of emotions that the company evoked throughout the week. The week began with … Continue reading
#ir12 – IGNITE TALK SCRIPT Slide #1 – Hi I’m Stu and I’m going to talk today about the power of crowds for performing certain tasks. I want to thank Josh Sowalsky for managing this project and drafting the … Continue reading
Note: Voting will remain open until the end of #IR12. Thanks for the idea of posting the ballot Sarah! Tweet #OBL:-) plus the number of the Tweet you think is funniest. … Continue reading