@hfmuehleisen Wow, that was quick. I’ll give it a try once I have TweetNest installed. Thanks :-)
@hfmuehleisen LOL, get better soon… You could make a lot of Twitter users happy by providing such a service. Let me know how it goes… Cheers
@hfmuehleisen Another idea would be to make XHR calls to twitter,com/$username whenever someone opens the app. Let me know if yours works.
@hfmuehleisen Duh, 1&1 neither, at least not in my mid-tier package… Hmmm, what now?
@hfmuehleisen Does it automagically pull in new tweets, or is it based on the downloaded archive? If the prior, do you share the code?
@rtroncy It’s probably because I joined Facebook before it was uncool ;-)
@nicolastorzec Sigh, life’s hard. I can see synergy potential by using the blacklist as a whitelist for a new, erm, niche search engine… ;-)
@eturner303 Is your slide deck (if any) public? Would love to see it.
@rtroncy “graphsearch”, “graph search”, and “facebook graph search”, bundled in one search session. Aiming for early/mid Q1 for submission.
The most burning question after today’s Graph Search launch was intentionally left open: what happens if you type “Facebook” into Facebook?
@RubenVerborgh Sounds nice in theory, but then come the “your password must contain at least” & “at max” & “be the square root of” rules.
@tcurdt Some call it a feature ;-) My point was: it doesn’t auto-open. It tries to auto-open ;-)
@tcurdt It did ask for permission. You allowed your browser to open iTunes for certain URI schemes.