I don't know if this would help you but is a nice overview about a) Search
vs streaming
http://140dev.com/twitter-api-programming-tutorials/aggregating-tweets-search-api-vs-streaming-api/

On Fri, Jan 7, 2011 at 6:32 PM, Umashankar Das <umashankar...@gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi,
>   We are working on a product which will do searches on twitter from a
> certain server system. We are yet to take a decision whether the searches
> will be anonymous(Non-authenticated) or authenticated.
>
> The decision is subject to limitations on search results using twitter
> search / streaming apis. I was hoping if you could provide info or
> references based which provide the information. We hope to have substantial
> number of unique search (pattern) queries from a particular ip-addresses.
> Although , the users by themselves are expected to have much lesser queries.
> We are willing to put a limit of < 30 per hour for the search queries which
> are authenticated.
>
> Please advise on the specs . We do expect that twitter will get many new
> users after our product is launched. Educated guesses will also be useful
> for us in making a design decision  :)
>
> Parameters:
> a) Search vs streaming
> b) anonymous vs authenticated
>
> Regards
> Umashankar Das
>
>
>
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