Power Track for Twitter

It works!

In less than 48 hours, the GNIP-enabled Power track for Twitter has pulled in more than a quarter million Tweets for the rule “Google”:

257, 284 to be precise, but that number changes faster than I can keep up with it. Along with the full firehose of Tweets, we also get some very nice metadata. When it is available, we are getting Klout scores, location data, and other useful metadata for filtering. The beta is only a few days old, but we already see huge potential.

About Stuart Shulman

Stuart Shulman is a political science professor, software inventor, entrepreneur, and garlic growing enthusiast who coaches U13 boys club soccer and in the Olympic Development Program with a national D-license. He is Founder & CEO of Texifter, LLC, Director of QDAP-UMass, and Editor Emeritus of the Journal of Information Technology & Politics. Stu is the proud owner of a Bernese/Shepherd named "Colbert" who is much better known as 'Bert. You can follow his exploits @stuartwshulman.
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