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Tweleted – recover deleted Twitter messages

I know exactly why Tweleted has both a good and evil mode that you can use.  This could be dangerous stuff they coded.  It compares the public timeline through the API with what they get back in Twitter search (which apparently doesn’t remove deleted tweets!?!?!) and then shows the difference.  The difference should be what was deleted by you or some Twitter system crash.

Based on their estimates, they go back about 4 months or 1000 tweets.  The best part is you can search on any Twitter username.

Are you storing the messages I’ve deleted?!
No. All the processing of messages is happening on your own computer — I’m not even storing a record of which usernames have been searched for, let alone the messages that have appeared. This site isn’t doing anything special — it’s just automating what was always possible manually.

So you ask how the heck to get rid of that dangerous tweet of yours from the search?  He answers that with the Twitter FAQ link.  After you do a search you are able to verify it was a deleted one by clicking the >> next to it.  Sometimes Twitter is moving slow and the API calls get confused.

The test I did

I left it in good mode and was shocked what I saw using my test victim.  This big time person had mistakenly tweeted a “s” instead of a “d” to send a direct message with their cell number.  They deleted it from the stream and resent it as direct, I am sure.  But it still showed up here.  Spooky indeed.  So now to evil mode…  (evil laugh here)

LOL, it changes the background from pretty blue sky and clouds to red flames.  Nothing to see, move along.

NOTE: This tool stopped working due to Twitter API changes.


About IdoNotes

Professional bio: Chris Miller, known as IdoNotes across the web is based in St Louis, MO as the Director of Messaging & Collaboration for Connectria and the Founder of Spiked Studio Productions.. Connectria is one of the largest IBM hosting and remote management partners. Chris speaks globally at conferences and events including: View Admin 2003-2009 View Admin Europe 2003-2008 Domino 7 Upgrade Seminar (globally) Domino 8 Upgrade Seminar (globally) Real-Time Collaboration Seminar Lotusphere 2003-2012 ILUG 2008, 2010 ULUG 2009, 2011, 2012 Collaboration University 2006-2010Domino Optimization Tour 2010 BLUG 2011, 2012 NLLUG 2010 AusLUG 2011, 2012 Other awards, events and information: Founder of IamLUG - the North American Lotus User Group event held annually. 2009-present Chris, via Connectria, is a Lotus Award winner 3 times and a finalist 5 times since 2000. Winner of the Gary Guthrie Award for Technical Writing in 2002 Previous board member of the St Louis Domino and Notes User Group Previous board member of VALU (the predecessor to LotusUserGroup) Advisory Board member to LotusUserGroup.org Chris is the founder of Spiked Studio Productions which produces industry related podcasts, webcasts and more. Shows include: IdoNotes - one of the longest running Lotus related technical podcasts BlackBerry Today - a video podcast on the hottest device, application and BlackBerry/Playbook news Consultant In Your Pocket - deep technical webcast training delivered free and subscription IdoSphere - a two day online technical event TheSocialGeeks - a leading social media roundtable podcast Sametime Guide - a video training tutorial on installing and administrating IBM Sametime TheSocialNetworker - a social media site review webcast and interview series now including Social Stalking content on social media security and privacy Certifications: PCLP since Domino R4 in administration and in Development through R5 Workplace Collaboration Services 2.5 - Team Collab and Messaging Domino 7 and 8 Certified Security Administrator Sametime Administration 7.5.x-8.5 CLP Collaboration (retired certification Aug 2006) CLI for numerous administration areas including Domino, Sametime, Quickr and Connections Yes I write some of those dreaded admin cert exams you take. I won't say which ones so you don't come looking for me, but I will say they are the real good recent ones that have been coming out. Animals: One dog, a Puggle. He has been on this world before and seems to understand slippers and a fine cigar. Mind you that is him in the chair and not me. A ninja death cat. I only see her when she strikes Music: Non-stop. At my desk, in my car, walking to work and back to my car downtown. In the house there is a crazy zoned set-up for you home automation geeks. I am a self-proclaimed MP3 fiend, to which I have tried rehab 4 billion times to no avail. Now what kind of music you ask? I will never tell.


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