The basic search within Twitter is quite straight-forward. I used the words "digital" and "library" and got screens-full of tweets in reply.
I used Twoogle, to search Twitter and Google using the same words. Both returned comprehensive results, the top results of course being where the phrase digital library was together. I quite liked the split screen between results and being able to scroll separately.
I noticed though, that although the Tweets were often in English, the websites mentioned in them, might not have English content.
A popular trend listed on Twitter recently, has been Google Wave. Its a cross between email, chat and search engine, blogger, and social networking site.
Watch this video: http://wave.google.com/help/wave/using-wave.html
You can search Twitter from within Wave - and it will keep collecting new search results as they occur.
I can't wait to start "Wave"-ing
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