> The Location search has been VERY unstable, and uses this typical
> search:http://search.twitter.com/search.atom?rpp=100&geocode=38.627522%2C-90...

It's getting worse all the time!

Is this what we can expect going forward?  If so, how can I follow all
200000+ people we used to get tweets from on the location search?
I'll happily create an account and manage the lists/follows... but I'm
pretty sure that will get me killed, and it will only be a snapshot
based on current profile location strings that we have...

Sure, I could suck the *-pipe, but without a filter criteria, I'm
going to be seeing all tweets from the entire universe, which seems
hella-wasteful to twitter and me...

Day     Mentions        Location        Everything
2010-09-13      4985    46801   53503
2010-09-14      4719    48110   54589
2010-09-15      4779    47599   54209
2010-09-16      5143    47087   54312
2010-09-17      5256    48363   55581
2010-09-18      4888    40943   47237
2010-09-19      5871    46008   53843
2010-09-20      4990    46219   52826
2010-09-21      4444    49274   55933
2010-09-22      5364    51567   58999
2010-09-23      6866    42495   52967
2010-09-24      6191    41107   50679
2010-09-25      5673    36321   43950
2010-09-26      6784    35168   44664
2010-09-27      6346    32580   42192
2010-09-28      5448    32528   41792
2010-09-29      6038    40677   50472
2010-09-30      5964    38116   47713
2010-10-01      6615    38360   48302
2010-10-02      5612    23107   32024
2010-10-03      6728    22802   33328
2010-10-04      5528    23990   33491
2010-10-05      5116    38733   47023
2010-10-06      5427    39041   47856
2010-10-07      5733    30855   40742
2010-10-08      6355    9459    22235
2010-10-09      5894    8352    18691
2010-10-10      7240    8399    20861
2010-10-11      4017    5587    13010

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