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Old 10-20-2016, 09:20 AM   #1
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LXer: 3 Twitter clients for the Linux command line


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Twitter at the command line? Why not!While this may seem like a solution searching for a problem, for some people interacting with Twitter in a terminal window makes sense. There's less distraction at the command line than with a desktop Twitter client or even Twitter's web interface. On top of that, command-line clients are fast and their interfaces are generally quite clean.No matter why you want to work with Twitter in a terminal, there are applications out there for you. Here's a look at three Twitter clients that you can run from the command line.read more

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