> Interesting thought: Twitter is the *only* major API I'm aware of that
> does *not* require a per-user or per-company API key. Sure, there's the
> oAuth *application* keys, but there's no API key that tells Twitter
> "this activity is coming from Ed Borasky, regardless of IP address or
> account or application." It would make my life as a developer simpler if
> a user of applications I create had to have an API key from Twitter to
> use them. Would it complicate Twitter's life substantially to do that?

Yeah, this doesn't really make any sense. Users already sign in to
OAuth apps and if they then use the apps, Twitter can tell what user
and app the traffic is coming from. So what is your need/point?


J


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