Yeah, through the Twitter API OAuth. But for what you are doing, your method is more practical.
________________________________ From: sadullah keleş <sadullahke...@gmail.com> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Sent: Tue, October 20, 2009 2:00:09 AM Subject: [twitter-dev] Re: twitter encoding problem by the way, is there any way to update user's status directly without opening the twitter page? or have i just misunderstood you? 2009/10/20 sadullah keleş <sadullahke...@gmail.com> i have a "share on twitter" button , when user click this button http://twitter.com/ page will be open and the info that i send ("i am reading this: http://www.mypage.com/article.aspx") will be shown in the "What Are you Doing?" textbox and then user will click update button on twitter page. > > >On Tue, Oct 20, 2009 at 11:46 AM, leonspencer <spencer_l...@yahoo.com> wrote: > > >>Thanks for the clarification. Are you updating your Twitter status to >>read: >> >> >>"i am reading this: http://www.mypage.com/article.aspx" >> >>or are you just trying to display this information in a new browser >>>>window without updating your Twitter status? >> >>Thanks, >>Leon >> >> >> >> >>On Oct 20, 1:38 am, sadullah keleş <sadullahke...@gmail.com> wrote: >>> hey leonspencer, >>> thanks for your reply. dont think title part as page title, it is just a >>>>> short explanation. what i am trying to do is like "i am reading >>>>> this:http://www.mypage.com/article.aspx", i mean at the beginning of the >>>>> status a >>>>> short explanation and after that, link to the page, explanation part will >>>>> be >>> taken from page title. this does not encounter any error, works properly >>> except turkish characters :) >>> any other idea? >