I use Ozh’ Tweet Archiver to keep a local copy of my tweets, but I wanted to use the new Twitter oEmbed output to easily format my tweets as _tweets_, rather than just a status.
I love [Ozh’ Tweet Archiver](http://planetozh.com/blog/my-projects/ozh-tweet-archiver-backup-twitter-with-wordpress/)–it just works, which is an awesome feature. However, a few months ago I noticed that my tweets were being scheduled instead of posted. This problem has nagged at me for awhile, and I figured it was an issue with my server (me on the East Coast, my server on the West Coast, and GMT/UTC somewhere else), until I read [this comment on the Tweet Archiver page](http://planetozh.com/blog/?page_id=1528&cp=2#comment-126102) describing exactly the behavior I was experiencing.
I’m a sucker for custom post types, and also for archiving my tweets. [Ozh’ Tweet Archiver](http://planetozh.com/blog/my-projects/ozh-tweet-archiver-backup-twitter-with-wordpress/) hits the sweet spot between form and function; I added this filter to my `functions.php` so that I could keep tweets separate from posts without having to build a new blog.