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I'm trying to integrate Tweets from a Twitter list as individual posts categorized as "Twitter," and trying to do the same thing from a Delicious account.

I've found several plugins that will add Tweets as a post from a specific user, but have been unable to find one that does it based on a list on Twitter, nor with Delicious. Anyone have any experience (or can point me toward a plugin that will do either tasks)?'

The ultimate goal is to show relevant tweets and delicious links for a given post (or page), and have a random sampling of both the tweets and delicious links on the home page.

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You can use the Twitter API to get all the status updates by user and write a function to store it in database. Or there's a nice plugin ( Twitter Tools ) which saves all your tweets as a blog post.

A Quote from plugins description -

  • Archive your Twitter tweets (downloaded every 10 minutes)
  • Create a blog post from each of your tweets
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Unfortunately, just going the API route is a little beyond my skill set. –  Keefer Aug 22 '12 at 12:56
    
I checked out Twitter Tools, installed it, despite being a little leery of the fact it hadn't been updated in 2+ years. Unfortunately, that doesn't fit my criteria. It only allows tweets as posts from a given user, rather than a Twitter list. –  Keefer Aug 22 '12 at 12:57
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