January 14th, 2009
|06:55 pm - Attention Twitter twitheads or whatever you call yourselves|
If you have enjoyed the space adventures of Red Shift and all his galactic friends, I suggest you point your little Twitter client or web browser over to _lumpy_ and see what he is up to.
You can follow the rabbit hole from there I am sure.
Okay, I'm officially weirded out. I've been twittering and I didn't even know it?SCOOP OF THE CENTURY!
Here's hoping that you or someone else with a paid account have added the RSS feeds for all of these to LJ so that I can syndicate them on my friend's page. I'm paid-account-less, so I can't create feeds, only use ones that people have made, already. http://www.livejournal.com/syn/
It might be cleverer to create a Red Shift LJ account and one o' them there Twitter Aggregators or some other API to have Red Shift gang's exploits in a nice compact package.
I love that Dr. Alberts doesn't quite get the 140 character limit.
That would be great. I have no idea how to do that... I'm tech challenged.
Be neither, but I have no doubts it can be done. Maybe just exporting one person's feed "with friends" (assuming nobody in this particular universe follows real-world folks like, say, @fancycwabs
) would be sufficient to accomplish it. But that would probably be too easy.
Doc needs his own style guide, I think.
Yeah, I'm thinking an aggregator would be the best way to go and shove 'em all into one Do-Gooder account. Will have to look into that when I'm at a non-workplace location.
Getting the client that lets you keep multiple Twitter accounts open at once was a hoot, though. I would never use this thing for personal reasons and yet here I am with like five or six open windows at once.
ER I MEAN FIVE OR SIX OPEN WINDOWS MONITORING WHAT THE CHARACTERS WERE SAYING, OF COURSE THEY WERE WRITING THAT STUFF THEMSELVES.
I'm shocked! I wouldn't think of creating a fake Twitter account
just to pretend to be someone else for a cheap gag.
Incidentally, I think this is how I end up being commenter primo.Edited at 2009-01-15 03:08 pm (UTC)
Damn, son. I honestly don't know how you could ever top that last one.