On Sat, Jul 18, 2009 at 3:34 PM, Nick Arnett <nick.arn...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Chuck Shotton's recent "Twitter is a prototype" comment inspired me to
> write a blog post about overcoming the limitations of Twitter's design...
> I'm suggesting that Twitter apps should publish their tweetstreams locally
> or to a hosted service, as tagged RSS, so that anybody can aggregate, index
> and otherwise add value to them... without having to rely exclusively on
> Twitter to make the data available.  I'm not saying there isn't a role for
> Twitter in the future, but I do believe Chuck hit the nail on the head in
> terms of their limitations.
> http://www.nickarnett.net/2009/07/18/developers-unite-throw-off-the-yoke-of-twitter-centralization-and-publish-your-tweetstreams/
> And now I believe I had better duck.
> Nick

Old news. This topic of conversation has been around since the
internetworked opensourced clones like laconi.ca started growing in

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