Want to get real time Twitter search results on Google? Depending on the topic you are searching for (especially if it is a newsworthy event) you might be surprised by the range of coverage that you get from Twitter. Why not harness that and have it handy when searching Google? Now with this userscript for Greasemonkey you can do it.
After installing Twitter Search Results on Google, here is an example of what your searches will look like:
It displays the most recent 5 tweets for the query that you are search for, giving both real-time Twitter search results and Google results on the same page.
I have got to say, over the past few weeks I have been pretty happy with the Twitter searches I have done, so mixing these two into one could lead to some really good results. You have the power of Google mixed with the social aspects of Twitter.
Once you get Greasemonkey installed (of it it is already installed) then all you need to do is pick up the script for it here at UserScripts.org. Big thanks to MT-Hacks for providing this to the public too, it is one of the best scripts I have seen for Greasemonkey in a long while.