o = o; // o is always an array, so just get the first (and only entry)
var e = document.getElementById('twitter-post');
e.innerHTML = o.text;
e. + o.id;
When Twitter runs the callback, it'll return an array of statuses. With only one status to retrieve, the script goes ahead and assigns that to a simple variable. Then I grab my twitter-post link and change the contents from my witty default to my current status. I also change the URL to point to that specific tweet, instead of simply linking to my Twitter home page.