Twitority, the new alternative to Twitter's own search engine, is a brilliant idea. Or an incredibly stupid one. It depends on what you are looking for.
Over the weekend after Christmas, Seemic CEO Loic Le Meur put up a blog post saying Twitter's search engine is insufficiently discriminating. If you're looking for the best Twitter posts on a topic, he says, you want results from the most authoritative people to be ranked higher than Tweets from the rabble. Le Meur proposed a search engine that ranked Twitter posts based in part on the number of followers the … Read more