Works fine when I just checked it.



<div class="twitstatus_badge_container" id="twitstat_badge_282"></div>
<script type="text/javascript"
src="";></script> <script
type="text/javascript"> twitstat.badge.init({ badge_container:
"twitstat_badge_282", title: "Twitter Search", keywords:
"mytwitterbutler", max: 15, border_color: "#434343", header_background:
"#434343", header_font_color: "#ffffff", content_background_color:
"#e1e1e1", content_font_color: "#333333", link_color: "#307ace" });





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[] On Behalf Of
Mandakini kumari
Sent: Monday, July 13, 2009 6:56 AM
Subject: [twitter-dev] Re: Just launched



I tested its not worked for me

On Mon, Jul 13, 2009 at 2:25 PM, Ryan McGrath <>


A friend and I recently launched (, a
site where you can basically create a badge that display results about
any given search terms from Twitter's Search API. The badge that we
give to users is pure javascript that just queries Twitter's API.

That said, I'm not too sure as to whether there's any issue with
consistently hitting Twitter's API with Javascript - I mean, it'd be
pretty difficult to rate limit that, no? Anybody got experience with
this and care to share?

If you have any critiques about, feel free to toss those
out too. Always open to suggestions!

- Ryan McGrath


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