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Old 05-22-2008, 02:50 AM   #1
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LXer: Twittering from the Command Line

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Incessant status updates to your cell phone from the command line? Sure, with a little help from curl and Twitter. If you've been around the Linux and UNIX world as long as I have (is it really going on 30 years? How could that be?), you'll be familiar with the various attempts at multiperson chat that have come down the pipeline, from simple command-line tools to the curses-based “talk” program to Internet Relay Chat (IRC) chaos. Occasionally fun, but often a complete waste of time, there's still something appealing about having an open line with a circle of friends and colleagues.



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