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I'm wondering if there any way to see a 'reverse feed' of sorts. I want to see the tweets of people that are following me. Is there a web app for that, or some way to do it on Twitter?

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Interesting concept. Have you tried just adding them to a list as you get follow notifications ? – phwd Sep 19 '10 at 18:21
Just what I thought +1, the easiest solution – thunderror Nov 30 '10 at 9:08
The hard part of that is initially populating the list if you already have a few hundred followers. It will take a number of hours. I'm playing with the API to see if that can be automated. – cabbey Jan 28 '11 at 17:55

You can set up a list and create a custom RSS with this app: TwitterList2RSS

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Also, there may be tools that automatically create such list for you. Check out for example formulists.com – Jonik Feb 10 '11 at 9:15

The Twitter API gives you a list of your followers and can also pull all tweets from a given user. Combining these, it wouldn't be hard to create something that does what you want.

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