Adam Green
Twitter API Consultant

Twitter API

Editing tweets will be impossible

by Adam Green on December 17, 2013

in Tweet Aggregation,Twitter API

The idea is floating around that Twitter will allow users to edit their tweets, possibly for a limited period of time. I agree with the desire for this feature, but it won’t work. Once a tweet is published, copies of it are delivered in real-time to thousands of data collection scripts capturing tweets with the […]


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To say that the relationship between Twitter’s management and its API developer community has been rocky over the last couple of years would be an understatement, so it isn’t surprising that some developers and tech bloggers have speculated that after the Twitter IPO access to the API will be removed or severely restricted. I can […]