We’ve updated the Twitter backup service Tweetake.com, created in partnership with Nikki Pilkington, to use Twitter’s safe sign-in protocol. Tweetake users no longer have to enter their usernames and passwords, and as a consequence the service is both easier to use and more secure.
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Marion John of Advanced Kitchen Design provides kitchen design and associated services. She wanted a site which would reflect her depth of knowledge and experience, with lots of different areas packed with information and advice. We advised her that Drupal would be the best solution for her needs. Our design partner came up with a… Read more »
[Update: since Tweetake was “whitelisted” (granted higher request limits) by Twitter, this problem should no longer occur. You should be able to run Tweetake and Tweetdeck together now.] Tweetake is a new application I’ve been working on with Nikki Pilkington. It lets you back up data from Twitter: tweets, followers, favourites and friends. We think… Read more »