Hey everyone,

If you're on both the Twitter API Announcements and Twitter
Development Talk lists you may have already seen this message.

We know some of you may still be wondering what authorization method
you should be using, or switching to, in your applications. To help
you decide we have put together a short overview of the authorization
options available at http://dev.twitter.com/pages/auth_overview.

All of the authorization methods use OAuth, they just start at a
different point in the OAuth flow. Even xAuth is OAuth so you do need
to understand how to sign your API calls. More information on how
OAuth works and how to use it can be found at http://dev.twitter.com/pages/auth.

Also, for those of you who haven't met me yet, my name is Matt Harris
and I've just joined Twitter as a Developer Advocate. I'll be working
with Taylor, Raffi and the rest of the team at Twitter helping get as
much information to you as we can and listening to your questions and
comments as you create cool applications that integrate with Twitter.

If you want to get ahold of me you can use this Google Group or find
me on Twitter as @themattharris. I'll also be out and about at various
events including Google IO later this month.


Matt Harris
Developer Advocate, Twitter

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