I noticed that the value of source field looks somewhat strange:
"source":"<a href=\"http://www.echofon.com/\"; rel=\"nofollow\">Echofon<

Why in the world would you have an html string as a value and on top
of than why do you include the rel="nofollow" tag?

This just looks wrong, not structured.
The right way whould have been to represent the source as an object
with fileds: name, url, like this:

"source":{"name" : "Echofon", "url":"http://www.echofon.com"},

Usually you try to pre-parse everying for us, but in the case or
source, we have to do extra parsing to extract values of title and url

Will you fix this soon?

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