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  • RT @esa: Our week in #space images, featuring an Earth view taken by @Astro_Alex on the Space Station, the #Aeolus satellite's Vega rocket… 23 hours 24 min ago
  • Wow.... Huge reservoir of liquid water detected under the surface of Mars https://t.co/PsJpjY7uFC via @AAAS @EurekAlert 3 weeks 4 days ago
  • RT @ChromiumDev: 3 weeks 5 days ago
  • RT @rupl: 4 weeks 3 days ago
  • Sorry @instapaper I can't wait any longer for you to be back online for Europeans. I'm back to @Pocket 9 weeks 6 days ago
  • Today it's #aiparis. Let's See that... 10 weeks 12 min ago
  • RT @MKBHD: Confirmed: You learn WAY more outside your comfort zone than in it. 11 weeks 23 hours ago
  • RT @wselman: I try to not to post too many articles about @firefox but this is the best article I've seen that explains how we are working… 11 weeks 4 days ago
  • RT @MarciRobin: I bought a car today, and the dealership had me check off — with a pen, on paper — that I’m not a robot. https://t.co/x6nJ6… 12 weeks 3 days ago
  • If you want to quickly unregister from #Yahoo #Oath 321 (!) trackers : open browser console (F12) and run `var t=0… https://t.co/qzHuvEXZT0 12 weeks 6 days ago

twitter rate limit

drupal Displaying your tweets on your Drupal blog

If you want to display your latest tweets on your Drupal blog, you will probably want to use the dedicated Twitter module. Among other features, this module provides a new block type that lists a selection of tweets from an account. Tweets are retrieved via a cron job and stored in your website's database, making them available even through corporate firewalls that banish twitter.com. Just-what-you-need !

There are a few catches however : it will likely not work if you are on a shared host because Twitter puts rate limits to the usage of their API, and there is a bug in the block view that can be circumvented.

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