odd time signatures
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by Karoli on November 13, 2008 · 8 comments
One example of the power of Twitter’s now-disabled track feature:
On May 12, 2008:
USGS reports time/day: 2008-05-12 06:27:59.0 31.12N 103.24E 10 7.8 EASTERN SICHUAN, CHINA
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Earthquake China timeline – without track – early test of our algo's… http://tweetip.us/lk1p6
I did a similar capture with Track last fall when we had a mild quake in the Bay Area. http://www.mdoeff.com/blog/2007/10/30/tracking-…
At the time, we were one of the few attached to the firehose through a “backdoor”: A bit faster than track
Not sure what the point is — RSS can be fast or slow. I've seen both.
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