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TTYtter a console based twitter client

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Better late than never, so I am entering into this fever called Twitter. And as a Linux Guru wannabe I like to use the command line for a lot of task, including tweeting.

I have in past shared with you this post about: Twitter from command line, now I will show you a real Twitter application that runs in the Linux console.

The application called TTYtter, is the one I am talking about, you can download it from TTYtter homepage. It is actually just a perl program, but really powerful.

Below some screenshots taken while I was installing it:




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