Also, you can navigate to the patent's web page via the "special shortened URL" (which redirects to the not-so-specially-shortened first link).
This web page on WayBack is taken from a snapshot in February 2001.
Note that not only is February 2001 before the filing date of the patent 8401009, but also that only two of the "Referenced" patents are dated earlier than this date.
To fully match the design of Miski with that of Twitter, translations are as follows:
Unfortunately I was not aware of this patent until it was granted. Also I was not aware that you can submit prior art to the USPTO if a patent has not yet been granted.
So when I attempted to submit prior art, I received a Notice of Non-Compliant Third-Party Submission under 37 CFR 1.290: The submission is not timely because it has been filed after the instant application has been issued. Being that submissions under 37 C.F.R. 1.290 are for preissuance submissions, this is not proper.
Submitting prior art after granting apparently costs more, as per this fee schedule. I'm not too sure exactly what the minimum is, but if the submitter is a "third party", then it appears to be US$6000.
It's possible that the Twitter patent application was never made public prior to being granted. In which case there never was a chance for the public to submit prior art.
It follows, since this prior art has not been formally submitted to the USPTO, and not formally referenced by the patent applicant in the original patent application, that any implementation of my publicly disclosed invention will infringe on the patent for which it is prior art, until such time as a patent re-examination may or may not occur.