The info you're looking for is in this thread: http://groups.google.com/group/twitter-development-talk/browse_thread/thread/46afdfc4d9645d5e
On Feb 8, 2:45 am, mynetx <myne...@googlemail.com> wrote: > How can Seesmic Look display its Source in the tweet metadata, when it > asks for my user name and password? It would be interesting to know > how Seesmic Look gets the Twitter API to return an OAuth Access Token > and its secret from a user name / password API request input. Look is > connecting to Twitter via the Dimebrain TweetSharp Library for C#, but > as Seesmic's class is using obfuscated .NET IL code, I have not yet > found out. > > Any insight appreciated.