For those who are looking for command line tools to talk to Twitter after
the OAuthcalypse, the TTYtter 1.1 public beta is now available. Besides its
chief role as a 100% text interactive client, it also can be scripted and
passed arguments to serve as a tool in shell scripts and cron jobs. It is
xAuth enabled, so it can function in automated browserless environments, and
contains its own OAuth, SHA-1/HMAC and JSON implementations built-in. Just
add an SSL-enabled cURL; no other Perl libraries needed!

For existing applications using TTYtter, 1.1 is designed to be completely
upwards compatible with your 1.0-compatible extensions.

If you want to try the public beta for your own purposes, visit

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