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Important Notice: Effective January 24, 2014 Twitter has suspended the SuperTweet.net API.
Your application was suspended from interacting with the Twitter API because it violates our API Terms of Service (https://dev.twitter.com/terms/api-terms), specifically section I.4.A:

You will not attempt or encourage others to sell, rent, lease, sublicense, redistribute, or syndicate access to the Twitter API or Twitter Content to any third party without prior written approval from Twitter.


With the shutdown of the public service, our focus will shift to supporting the open-source version of the proxy: http://www.supertweet.net/about/localproxy

Read more at our blog: supertweetnews.140plus.com

You've reached SuperTweet.net, a service provided by @mrblog and other Twitter community members. SuperTweet.net provides Twitter API proxy facilities for individuals, not-for-profit organizations and for related communities.

SuperTweet.net provides a safe mechanism to use Basic Authentication with the Twitter API in your scripts, from the command-line using tools like cURL, or other Twitter apps. Simply Sign-up via Twitter to authorize the SuperTweetAPI SuperTweet.net Application and then assign a password of your choosing (not your real Twitter password) that your applications can use with the http://api.supertweet.net API.

You have complete control. You can revoke your http://api.supertweet.net credentials and you never have to expose your real Twitter password to any third-parties - Learn more.

SuperTweet is a brilliant idea that works great and solves an otherwise irritating problem brilliantly! I award SuperTweet a Gearhead rating of 5 out of 5!

       - Mark Gibbs, Computerworld

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