Access to Full Twitter Archive of Public Posts Now Available

Gnip, a social data delivery company that offers the full Twitter firehose, announced the release of Historical PowerTrack, a tool for accessing Twitter’s complete public history.

Via Gnip:

This level of access has never been available and we know it is really going to accelerate the rate of innovation going forward. We think there are new products and businesses that will now be possible with access to a “social layer” of historical data. We frequently ask ourselves “If you could know what the world was saying at any moment in time about any topic, what could you build?”

We very much look forward to seeing how that question is answered.

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    Well now, this is available. And hey! You could use the Internet Archive’s TV News archive (2009-present) to do some...
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    Wow! Being able to experience the past and real-time information would enable educators, historians, entertainment media...
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    Yes, but, how many characters is all that?
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    This excites me.
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    seconded.
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