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  1. 48 votes
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  2. Currently Cambridge, Ontario, Cambridge, Massachusetts and Cambridge, UK are all lumped together when they are all completely different places.

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  5. There should be a "Tweet Your Cloud" button (or something similar) next to my tweet cloud that allows me to tweet my tweet cloud simply by clicking on the button.

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  6. So many people have a grade of 100 right now... Maybe make the algorithm more difficult so that it's more difficult to get a high grade?

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  7. Top Locations (ranked states) included D.C. but cuts off at 50, excluding Montana. If you are including non-states, shouldn't the number of rankings increase accordingly?

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  8. If a tweep has posted nothing for a period of time (e.g., 2 weeks, 3 months, ..) then lower their score accordingly. As it is, accounts set up for conferences, University courses and the like are not active but still appear to have a following (while following few if any).

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  9. 9 votes
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  10. It used to be that the list of Suggested Folks to Follow varied on each visit. Now it is always the same. What happened!?!?!?!?

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  11. You obviously changed your grading algorithm because now the all of a sudden every top graded account are those that Twitter 3 weeks ago included in their "suggested follow list." Twitter blew it with that. It has wrecked the integrity and level playing field that all social media sites should have. And now your grading system has followed suit, no pun intended.

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  12. Otherwise, the rankings don't make sense. Thanks.

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  13. I found a bunch of cool looking people using your super cool "see the Twitter Elite in" function... but there's no lick to their Twitter profile so I can follow them.

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  14. I've noticed after logging in at the login page it sits there and says you've logged in as so-and-so, but doesn't redirect to the user's homepage. Another problem related to this is clicking the Home button (either on the header or footer) does nothing.

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  15. Develop a map of each persons network, with a graphical representation, such as that generated by http://www.orgnet.com/inflow3.html

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  16. Keyword search seems to prioritise too much on keyword existing in profile and not on how much the keyword is used in Tweets (like the cloud on individual profiles - which is excellent feature). Need to balance this out a bit more by tweaking balance between keyword in cloud over in profile. Take 'SharePoint' keyword as a key example to this.

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  17. Just like you have on the grader page, show 100 as the highest possible points on the javascript badge as well. other wise the grade means nothing to the untrained eye.

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  18. Currently, both "HK" and "Hong Kong" lead to the same selection of Twitterers based in Hong Kong. Could you also merge those people using "HKG" as location with that same "Hong Kong" group?

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  19. My home address is Basingstoke, RG22 ... you've translated that into "Basingstoke, Reading".

    The nearest big postal sorting office is at Reading, but that's seventeen miles from Basingstoke.

    The UK post coding system is the weirdest in the World, it doesn't appear to have much logic and it certainly does have the strangest syntax rules.

    Can you fix that?

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  20. 9 votes
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