Note that if a poll request returns a number of activities equal to the max parameter for your request, additional data may have been collected that you failed to retrieve with this request, and your app should accommodate this by breaking the previous request into smaller segments until the number of activities for each is less than the max parameter. Your client can use this URL directly in the next polling request to only retrieve activities that have been collected since your last poll, rather than having to construct the URL with the appropriate parameters each time. A GET request to this URL would request data collected by data collector ## between 05:30:00 and 05:31:00 UTC on June 1, 2012, and would pull down up to 10,000 activities. In this model you do a normal HTTP request, but rather than closing the response stream after a chunk of data, Gnip will keep the response open and continue to send activities on that response.
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