Ryan, I've tested it on My Linking Power Forum in a new group I'm putting up
called "I LOVE RSS!": http://mylinkingpowerforum.ning.com/group/ILoveRSS

<http://mylinkingpowerforum.ning.com/group/ILoveRSS>Works very well for

Thanks, and Keep STRONG!!
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On Mon, Jul 13, 2009 at 4:55 AM, Ryan McGrath <ryan.mcgra...@gmail.com>wrote:

> Hey,
> A friend and I recently launched TwitStat.us (http://twitstat.us), 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 TwitStat.us, feel free to toss those
> out too. Always open to suggestions!
> - Ryan McGrath

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