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|1||RT @KarmaLync_Ajit: Interesting...Scientists have figured out what makes Indian food so delicious http://t.co/NFF5ShxEIy ~ vv interesting - Original Tweet||2||KarmaLync_Ajit||2015-03-03 15:48:58|
|2||/Via @dorait Ten Simple Rules for Lifelong Learning, According to Hamming http://t.co/oxhDYutF6B ~ brilliant - Original Tweet||3||dorait||2015-03-03 14:00:52|
|3||RT @RanjanPant @bibekdebroy Friendship Is More Powerful Than We Ever Imagined http://t.co/ZofP15LzBF ~ brilliant - Original Tweet||3||RanjanPant||2015-03-01 08:28:03|
|4||/Via @rogerdooley What makes some people so suspicious of the findings of science? http://t.co/HesYbv7aw6 ~ vv insightful - Original Tweet||2||rogerdooley||2015-03-01 02:58:57|
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What are the techniques and tools to collect all your tweets and retweets and store them (for study later)?
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