So does this mean we can create real-time proxies for the real-time track
API now?  How is this different than /track itself?


On Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 11:39 AM, Chad Etzel <> wrote:

> ** DISCLAIMER ** - This is not officially affiliated with Twitter. I
> am writing from my personal gmail account. No Twitter endorsement
> implied. **
> I have just launched TweetHook, a Twitter Search "ping" service that
> will push search results to user defined webhook/callback URLs. I know
> gnip provides something like this already, but I have designed
> TweetHook to be a better fit for Twitter Search data.
> Please check it out:
> Feedback welcome.
> -Chad

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