Google Gets Real Time Thanks to A Neat Hack

Missed writing this up earlier this week, I'll point to it now: A greasemonkey script authored by Moveable Type consultant Mark Carey puts real time Twitter search results up at the top of Google. Neat….

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Missed writing this up earlier this week, I’ll point to it now: A greasemonkey script authored by Moveable Type consultant Mark Carey puts real time Twitter search results up at the top of Google. Neat.

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  1. Umm… have you looked at the Twitter results in your screenshot? Do you still think this is the future? This has to be my favourite:

    “I was at a Portland independent free trade coffee shop and learned the bike paths are made from ground unicorn horns.”

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