Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Tweet Scan tames World's Largest Water Cooler

If you like to read your news on the Interwebs(and who doesn't?) then you might find Tweet Scan a nice complement to the usual browse. Just type in a timely topic and you're likely to find several discussions and blogs about that story. Twitter is an enormous water cooler and Tweet Scan can help you track the gossip you care about.

For example, read about Kindle or the new Firefox beta.

Happy scanning!

Sunday, November 18, 2007

Added Open Search plugin

If you offer any kind of search, you've got to have a plugin so people can search your site without having to actually go there. That's why we've introduced an Open Search feature to Tweet Scan. For a while, you'll see a link on the search page that lets you add Tweet Scan to your browser. Happy scanning!

Friday, November 9, 2007

"Tweet Scan's fab"

So say the folks over at Real Fresh TV.

Since we've just gotten started it's obviously an honor to be mentioned positively so early in our evolution. It's our goal to be the best Twitter Search Engine out there and we look forward to user feedback that will help us make an impact on the Social Networking and Twitter scene.

If you'd like to try it out, go to tweetscan.com. There you can search public Twitter posts in real time and sign up for email alerts for the searches that matter to you.

Thursday, November 8, 2007

Tweet Scan is now capturing all public tweets.

For the past month or so, I've been building and testing Tweet Scan and capturing enough tweets to make thing interesting. A search tool is supposed to find what people want and Tweet Scan was missing probably 95% of tweets.

So I've just updated the capture engine to get as close to 100% of public tweets as possible. If you think it's missing a recent tweet or if there's a feature you'd like to see, send a tweet to @tweetscan or comment here.

If you like what you see when you search, you can sign up here for any search to be run automatically and emailed to you when you choose.