score:4

There's also the tweet# project which provides a fluent twitter API

score:2

There is no real LINQ to Twitter, sorry. That would imply that you can somehow query Twitter's own data store. It's simply not that flexible.

TweetSharp lets you define a query based on the API and you can turn the response into data classes in one line of code and use LINQ over Objects with the result, but expecting LINQ to act like a true filter with delayed execution and all the rest is a failed metaphor against a REST API.


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