Hello noname,

the search api is rate limited and only allows a non-disclosed amount of 
queries per hour. You will need to look into the streaming api: consume the 
sample stream and extract geodata. This also gives you tweets from all over the 

Have a look at



On Nov 28, 2010, at 12:34 AM, disc31 wrote:

> search.twitter.com/1/statuses/filter.json?
> location=-168.75,9.79,158.90,83.02
> The problem i am getting is that i am getting a twitter post about
> every 30 seconds with this and after about 5/10 posts it stops feeding
> me the posts and wont let me connect for about another hour.

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