Also, if you're looking for tweets by a specific user, it's much better to
browse their user timeline directly rather than using the Search API (which
only goes back a few days):

http://dev.twitter.com/doc/get/statuses/user_timeline

Example invocation:
GET
http://api.twitter.com/1/statuses/user_timeline.json?include_entities=true&include_rts=true&count=100&screen_name=twitterapi


@episod <http://twitter.com/episod> - Taylor Singletary


On Mon, May 16, 2011 at 7:53 AM, Damon Parker <cartmet...@gmail.com> wrote:

>
> This is from a PHP app I built using a the the twitter-async class:
>  $tweet =
> $twob->get('/statuses/show/'.$tw_id.'.json?include_entities=true');
>
> Whatever language you are using, the url you are looking for is:
>
> '/statuses/show/'.$tw_id.'.json?include_entities=true'
>
>
> Documentation:
> http://dev.twitter.com/doc/get/statuses/show/:id
>
>
>
> --
> damonp
>
> On Sunday, May 15, 2011 at 8:30 PM, MyGradThesis wrote:
>
> Hello Twitterati!!!
>
> I'm writing a Twitter feed tool to help me complete my grad thesis
> (would be happy to share it, this is non-commercial) and the one
> problem I have now is how do I get a single, historical status
> returned to me in json format? If someone could reply with the get
> syntax for getting a single status that would be great. I found a get
> command for direct messages, but these are just plain old statuses
> that I need, so the direct message get does not work for me (i.e. GET /
> 1/direct_messages/show/:id.{format} )
>
> And if anyone from Twitter is out there listening, the crazy limit you
> put on "from:" search queries is why I need an individual status get.
> Why do so few records get returned with a "from:" query? Are you folks
> worried someone will make a copycat site using "from:"? This limit is
> making it really hard to finish my research. I am comparing all the
> tweets from 60 users with the mentions of those tweets in the greater
> community. I can search the last few days of cached data just fine for
> the mentions (searching on @users) but I get almost nothing back when
> I search with "from:". The "from:" results in some cases include only
> 1 day of data. So I am continually missing out on the original status
> message, while I can see everyone's response to the message with no
> problem. The from: limit is really painful. Can you help me out? I
> would really like to graduate while I am still young. For now I can
> manually look up each status I miss, so how do I get the status (in
> JSON, I don't want to scrape the author's page, which I guess would be
> my fall back approach)
>
> Thanks!
> Jim Skinner
> Santa Clara University
>
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