@byoogle Freemium is the new premium. You get increased load time for better grammar.
Pushed v1.0.3 of Twitter Whom to follow. Fixes “Twitter accounts suggested for you based on whoM you follow and more.”: http://bit.ly/gQ2hZU
Interested in the experiment that led to the development of Twitter Whom to follow? Install Twitter Swarm NLP: http://bit.ly/gEkLSG
@alexia Done :-) 1.0.2 of the extension is live. Pedantically yours, Tom
@alexia Let me try…
@alexia I will see what I can do. Thanks for caring ;-)
@kidehen For now accumulating all in Analytics, w/o relation to orig tweets. Goal is s.th. like Twitter Trends. API w/ tweet=>entities later
@kidehen Yepp. Try hard-reloading. Only works at initial onload event. If not, check the console for debug logs/errors. Thanks.
@kidehen You should see the entities at the right pane. The popup has no functionality other than showing activity. Will be removed in 0.0.2
@clay_woolam (2) Intentionally not working on search page. Send me your highlighting/coloring ideas (tomacATgoogleDOTcom).
@clay_woolam (1) Currently it only works once on the initial onload event on your/others timeline, but not for later Ajax-pulled-in tweets.
@wasswasswass I’m not sure, however, it could be easily done w/ a Greasemonkey script. Let me know if you need help w/ that.
@iand Fair enough. Do you have an idea for the 404s, though? Whatever “Accept” header I send, I always get 303ed to the .html, which 404s :(
@bsletten For my task I can’t really use it, however, my just-for-fun tests failed w/ a 400 Bad Request error. Same for you?
@bsletten No, all remotely from their service. Sorry.
@webr3 With what you know there’re ways to avoid this. Wanna work for us? Ping me if you’re interested ;-)
@stilkov Hammer-Post, hab ich auch geliebt. Als Hamburger lohnt sich “Franz Latte” vom selben Autoren. Findet man sich oft wieder :-)
I’ve updated the Breadcrumb Navigator Chrome extension: middle-click / CTRL-click a breadcrumb to open it in a new tab: http://bit.ly/enz5nn
@mhausenblas Nice! I still have trouble w/ (compiled) .node files. Couldn’t investigate more yet. But definitively +1 for the pleasant env.!
@_Yllier_ Looking forward to it! Thanks for constantly improving it, was definitively worth the purchase. Keep rocking ;-)
Confirmed working! Thanks :-) The glitch helped me make my code more stable. Good thing :-)
@gkob Yay! Thanks for the update. Still 404-ing, but I’ll check back in a couple of minutes. Cheers!
@dakoller Thanks :-) Thrilled! Also challenged to improve the approach, too. Fun times ahead ;-) Have you decided yet if you’re going?