I've got a couple of my own apps (run from a linux shell) that tweet
for various purposes (i.e. automatic tweets of today's weather data on
my own twitter account). These apps need to be able to tweet on behalf
of several twitter accounts, all of which I own. These worked very
well with basic authentication. I didn't have to worry about storing
customers' passwords because I have no customers. It's all my own

Is there a simpler method to use than the full OAuth solution?

I read the info here: http://dev.twitter.com/pages/auth_overview

I can't tell if any of the methods described fit my situation. Bottom
line is that I have no customers, no third parties using my apps. Is
there an ideal authentication method for this situation?

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