Apologies if this seems spammy. We just released a Twitter search and
exploration app:

  http://tickery.net

It might be of interest to fellow Twitter API programmers because you can
add to the underlying objects (representing Twitter users), search on your
additions and those of others, etc. E.g., if you wanted to add a rating to
Twitter users, you could, and Tickery could do search & display for you. Or
you could write an app that did display, with the data living in FluidDB
along with the data Tickery puts there. I'd love to chat with anyone who
has wished that the Twitter API was in some way writable.

More info:

  http://blogs.fluidinfo.com/fluidDB/2010/01/21/meet-tickery/
  http://blogs.fluidinfo.com/fluidDB/2010/01/21/tickery-for-programmers/

Terry (@terrycojones)

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