From the post:
Ever since Twitter gamed its own API and killed off great services like IFTTT triggers, I’ve been looking for a way to automatically archive tweets containing certain search terms of interest to me. Twitter’s built-in search is limited, and I wanted to archive interesting tweets for future reference and to start playing around with some basic text / trend analysis.
I wrote this script that uses the t utility to search Twitter separately for a set of specified keywords, and append those results to a file. The comments at the end of the script also show you how to commit changes to a git repository, push to GitHub, and automate the entire process to run twice a day with a cron job. Here’s the code as of May 14, 2013:
Stephen promises in his post that the script updates automatically and you may find “unsavory” tweets.
I didn’t but that may be a matter of happenstance or sensitivity.