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Add a bit more context to the README
author IBBoard <>
date Mon, 02 Oct 2017 19:09:19 +0100
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 PyWhoTweets is a small Python command-line script that fetches a set of tweets from your timeline
 and tallies up the authors to work out who tweets most in your timeline.
+The purpose of PyWhoTweets was to find out who is the most vocal in your timeline. When you've got
+200 new tweets in the last two hours, where did most of them come from? Which user that you follow
+tweets (or retweets) the most?
+This is different to the mass of apps and sites and lists out there that can tell you which Twitter
+users in general tweet most. They don't help you understand your own timeline. Since I couldn't
+find anything amongst the noise, I made my own little script.
 Getting Started