No, I didn't and I've to figure out how to do it. My first thought was that it makes a lot of clutter. But I could also use Twitter to send out a continuous stream of information.
April 26 2008
Belgium-based Twistory launched into private beta today at MobileWebCamp.
It’s a very simple tool, built by Tijs Vrolix to show off his coding and design skills: Subscribe to messages from any Twitter user in any popular desktop or online calendaring application (iCal, Google Calendar, etc.). Those messages are then automatically added to the calendar, at the appropriate day and time.
Helge: Have to check it out...
Useful? I don’t know. It’s certainly useful to closely monitor/stalk people (or yourself). If you want to add my daily words of wisdom to your calendar, my page is here (which also includes a graph of total twitter usage by day.
Helge: I thought about the same. Am I going to deliver something that has some value for people coming to my page?
- Thanks to Robin Wauters for the tip.
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