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From: Catharine E. Starbird <Catharine...@colorado.edu>
Date: Wed, Jan 27, 2010 at 8:57 AM
Subject: tools available?
If any of you has or know of tools that are available (for the public) either directly related to Tweak-the-Tweet or to the Tweet Triage project, please let us (at EPIC, CO) know about them so we can publicize your efforts and get the data out to the Twitterverse (and through other media channels).
Any website or web interface that allows users to see the incoming tweet data with some sorting or added value would be awesome at this point. We have about 10-20 people every day translating information into tweaked tweets (many, timely and important) and we'd love to be able to show the volunteers some value in their efforts.
If anyone has any questions, let me know. I have been following all the activity on this group and in the Github repository. We at EPIC continue to work to deploy the syntax - though this takes less maintenance now, as some users have picked it up and are pushing it themselves.
University of Colorado
ATLAS PhD Student
M. Edward (Ed) Borasky