There are services such as LoudTwitter
that will submit digests of your twitters
to LiveJournal, TypePad,
or other blogging service/software. Wordpress
has plugins that will do that.
However, my experience with LoudTwitter has been that it is fairly unreliable. Thus, I coded up a fairly rudimentary python script that will grab that day's twitters and post them to LiveJournal, or elsewhere.
You can find it here: Twitterchive v1.0
. Edit the
file to include your Twitter username and password.
- A POSIX-compliant system (such as Linux or Cygwin)
Charm, a LJ client in Python.
ljcharm.py files to the same dir as Twitterchive. Copy the
sample.charmrc file to
Alternatively, just run
python setup.py install, and edit
twitterchive.py to change the call to
main() into just
~/.charmrc to include your livejournal username and password. I recommend you follow the procedures described therein and only use the md5 digest of your password in this file.