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Studgeek

FYI, You can use easycron.com to setup an hourly hit against the Secret RSS feed URL to ensure the data is continuously collected.

cron isn't an option since your are in a shared PHP instance.

Cascadia

Not as easy as suggested

What for example do you put in the following fields?

Fill in the following settings.
Name:
Description: My ThinkUp installation
Website:
Callback URL: plugins/twitter/auth.php


Kim East

Curious... Cascadia, did you get your question answered?

We're considering ThinkUp.

We run on a Citrix virtual desktop. Does anyone know if that is an issue?

Jtdavis

This is awesome. Thanks for the video.

Question, though:

I'm about to hit the 3200 tweet barrier and want to archive my tweets before they begin to be locked up in Twitter's inaccessible Secret Disney Vault. I notice with the free account you get 100 MB of space.

How big of a ThinkUp database does that equate to? 100 MB worth of 140 character messages should be, effectively, infinite tweets for personal use. But I don't know how to estimate how much of analysis data Think Up can store with 100 MB.

Thoughts?

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