Regardless, the cursor set * request throttle limit should be >= the greatest number of followers on Twitter (whether that's a cap, or the current "king of Twitter").
Anil makes a case for how many of those users are really engaged followers. Fast Company had a piece "Mr. Social: Ashton Kutcher Plans to Be the Next New-Media Mogul " (http://www.fastcompany.com/magazine/141/want-a- piece-of-this.html) and his "plans" for those 4.2 million followers. On Jan 6, 8:36 am, Dewald Pretorius <dpr...@gmail.com> wrote: > This blog post by Anil Dash makes an excellent case for why Twitter > should cap the number of followers that a Twitter account can have. It > will make life easier for everyone. > > http://bit.ly/6Al7TU