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asleep at mal 9/09
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tweets du jour 
1/17/10 0:02
asleep at mal 9/09
  • 11:46 RT@DaveMcKean twitpic.com/ybh34 - Identical twins Ivan and Malvin Albright painting before and after Portraits of Dorian Gray. #
  • 13:56 RT@DaveMcKean Ebay - drawing from the Graveyard Book, #Haiti Relief, pls bid bit.ly/5IneW7 #
  • 14:08 Today's 1 thing - shower & shampoo in prep for T to help me dye hair & shave legs. Lunch eaten; pork & rice. Face still peeling but less. #
  • 15:11 @evahopkins wow that sold fast. Lots of Original Art on myworld.ebay.com/thereallinsner/ #
  • 16:48 bit.ly/5F7Vda Church claims the right to sexually harass staff & retaliate if they complain is part of their religion. #WTF #atheism #
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Comments 
1/18/10 11:27 (UTC)
Does auto-twitter-cross-post have a 'behind a cut' option?
1/18/10 21:07 (UTC)
I've tried a few auto-cut options on various twitter to lj feeds; not only did the cuts fail a lot, the entire post failed about 50% of the time. And that is a problem because I really do use the record.

However, Maggie recommended Greasemonkey for Firefox as a way to make Failbook less annoying (doesn't help much), and it appears there are a ton of lj scripts out for it. Quick searching shows http://netninja.com/2008/12/02/lj-cleaner-greasemonkey-script/ and http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/17139 plus a million more including one I need to try which opens nested conversations and another that blocks all ads. Basically Greasemonkey is a framework for people to write javascript to run within Firefox only, so it enables geeks to banish things they don't want to see or write a script to pull something into firefox that isn't normally there. I'm pretty sure Loudtwitter is a javascript widget, and I know my twitter viewer is javascript.
1/18/10 21:17 (UTC)
I've heard of greeseymonkee and thank you, but I don't use firefox. I am forced to use ie at work, and on my own I only use google-chrome becase it is so much faster and crash resistant than any other browser.

Oh well! Thanks anyway - good suggestion.