@ludolphus I am NOT using nodejs 5.5, whatever I can apt-get install from Ubuntu. The script seems to run, but it looks like it crashes if one of your files has an apostrophe in the name (e.g. @phoneboy's Blixt Image - 5/30/14, 5:24)
With all these efforts to replace ADN I feel like we are creating our very own Tower of Babel in the process. What ch, if you get right down to it, is why we have all these various non-unified ways to communicate from the get go.
@blumenkraft the only thing you can do via BlurbyBot is post and get mentions. You don't get the whole stream. As I said, it's not perfect but it's better than nothing. People are working on real clients.
@manton I actually use a similar method to post only the infosec-related episodes of my podcast to LinkedIn. I have Jekyll generate an RSS feed that only contains posts tagged infosec and have IFTTT monitor that.
@muncman I'm not sure there is a way to share content to multiple channels, each who likely have different audiences, without duplication. And yes, some content does better in some channels because of the types of interaction that is elicited.