521 reputation
19
bio website
location
age
visits member for 1 year, 11 months
seen Feb 8 at 14:09

Jan
27
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
9
awarded  Yearling
Oct
25
awarded  Nice Question
May
25
awarded  Supporter
May
24
revised Every second evaluation in notebook front end is slow
added 8 characters in body
May
24
revised Every second evaluation in notebook front end is slow
added 470 characters in body
May
24
comment Every second evaluation in notebook front end is slow
Updated my question with more clues based on these comments...
May
23
comment Every second evaluation in notebook front end is slow
Todd Gayley -- thanks for the suggestion. No dice, tho!
May
23
asked Every second evaluation in notebook front end is slow
May
6
comment Accessing Twitter API using Mathematica
Yes, here is what I use for fitbit, which will be the same for twitter: HTTPClient`OAuthToken[HTTPClient`OAuth`Private`OAuth10Parameters[ "api.fitbit.com", None, Automatic, "verifier", Automatic, Automatic, $FitbitConsumerKey, $FitbitConsumerSecret, "https://api.fitbit.com/oauth/request_token", "GET", "https://www.fitbit.com/oauth/authorize", "RemoveWhitespace", "https://api.fitbit.com/oauth/access_token", "GET", "HMAC-Sha1", "HMAC", "oob", "Text/1.0", "Text/1.0", None], HTTPClient`OAuth`Private`Token10[ $FitbitUserKey, $FitbitUserSecret]]
Apr
26
revised Can anyone explain how to use Mathematica's OAuth package?
added 660 characters in body
Apr
18
revised Can anyone explain how to use Mathematica's OAuth package?
added 197 characters in body
Apr
17
awarded  Revival
Apr
17
awarded  Self-Learner
Apr
17
answered Is it possible to embed a notebook as a panel in a java GUI?
Apr
17
revised Accessing Twitter API using Mathematica
added 620 characters in body
Apr
17
answered Accessing Twitter API using Mathematica
Apr
17
awarded  Teacher
Apr
17
answered Can anyone explain how to use Mathematica's OAuth package?
Apr
15
awarded  Nice Question