[Air-L] twitter research

Alejandro Tortolini alemtor at gmail.com
Thu Feb 4 11:05:15 PST 2010

Dear Nikki: this site has a lot of tools to track and backup tweets
from Twitter:



Alejandro Tortolini

2010/2/4, Nikki Usher <nusher at usc.edu>:
> Hello:
> I am wondering whether someone can help me brainstorm how to do some twitter
> research. I am following a set group of 20 or so people on a list, and I'd
> like to collect their tweets each day and save them for future
> research/qualitative analysis. What's the best way to do this? Some people
> tweet regularly throughout the day, so it may not be as simple as a
> screenshot. Is there a bot that someone has for this? I am just using the
> main twitter site, so if someone has a different twitter ap to recommend
> which would make this easier, I'd appreciate it.
> Many thanks.
> Nikki Usher
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> Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism
> University of Southern California
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