This data was kindly collated by @inhumanbeing, Tony Roberts, a public health operative which also can be found here http://lgeoresearch.pbworks.com/SideBar. Its an interesting bit of information for those who are curious and want to improve things.
Tony has kindly started this list and it would be great if others can help to build upon it. The knowledge can surely help all of us to better use Twitter as a tool for communication with citizens more effectively and efficiently.
Note: The details have been stripped down a bit to fit into the blog format. You can find the complete details on the Wiki Sidebar.
*Bot or Human is assessed from reading the twitterstream and looking for common phrases, use of bit.ly links at end of tweets, and twitterfeed clients–inhumanbeings
Mon Dec 21 20:38:04 2009
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