Arsene Wenger and the Twitter API

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WengerOut was my first proper foray into using the Twitter API to gather real time data. During the start of the 2013/2014 Premier League season Arsene Wenger came under a lot of pressure from Arsenal fans after a heavy 4-1 loss to Aston Villa. Many disgruntled fans took to Twitter to express their lack of… Read more »

Pushbullet: Android Application

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Pushbullet: Never Email Yourself Again Today I discovered Pushbullet and thought I would share as it’s going to change the way I communicate between my phone and PC from now on. Every time I’ve wanted to send something from my phone to my PC (or vice versa), I’ve had to either upload the file to… Read more »

Twitter Streaming API

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I’ve been working with the Twitter Streaming API once more, not on the Twitter Stats project I was working on a few months back but a new project. This one uses the Twitter Streaming API to gather real-time information about particular hashtags, words and any other data you can think of. There really isn’t that… Read more »