Twithority takes the standard Twitter search and adds value for the authority of the person that the results come from. This joins into the one of many search tools we categorize. So how did the results differ?
I went ahead and did a search for Bing since we just posted BingTweets earlier. what I received back was two columns. The left column with the results was the keyword, or trend, I searched for returned in order of the number of followers. So for Bing I got back TechCrunch and Mashable high on the list. I could reply or view. Both took me to the web interface for Twitter. There was no site integration for retweet, reply or follow of that source.
The right column was the top 10,000 by Time. Results came back with Bing cherries and anything else since it was strictly lokoing at the last tweet with that keyword, instead of by authority. So you get the result both ways in one search.
Both columns also included a RSS output link if I wanted to follow this longer term by RSS instead of using any of the other clients we highlighted on here that will do that live, like TweetGrid.
Overall a quick and clean site. However, the main goal of a lot of side links and bottom links was to drive you to the sister site Daymix, also in beta. It was not Twitter related.