Summary: fixing links
< Via GreyWulf's [http://www.greywulf.net/?q=node/169 Ten Reasons Twitter Will Take Over The World].
> Via [http://greywulf.net/ GreyWulf]'s [http://www.greywulf.net/?q=node/169 Ten Reasons Twitter Will Take Over The World].
The status itself was sent to a Twitter Bot via GTalk, who posted it to Twitter, which got picked up by TwitterAdium and set as the status message for all my accounts in Adium, which in turn was picked up by a JabberLand bot I had added to my contact list, and included on that first page I linked to. Scary.
I’m sort of looking for the way to set all my status messages from a single place. This seems to work!
I still don’t get the Twitter craze, but perhaps I need some more friends on Twitter to appreciate “it”.
This reminds me of LJ Bot (Frank) – if you send him a message using your Talk acount, the message will turn into a LiveJournal blog post.
A long time ago I had a proof of concept using a programmable bot that did the same thing for Oddmuse.