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I have an account on Twitter that I use for saying "what I'm doing." Some of my iCal feeds already know what I'm doing and I don't want to have to do double entry and record that event twice.

Is there a service (not unlike twitterfeed.com, which at the moment doesn't support iCal) that will post updates to Twitter from an iCal feed on an as-it-happens basis?

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Where do your your iCal feeds come from ? – jfoucher Jul 4 '10 at 20:46
Meetup.com. I just double checked, the RSS feeds of the calendars are upcoming events. If there was an RSS feed of past events, I would be able to use that. So iCal would still be the most elegant solution, if the translation tool existed. – MatthewMartin Jul 5 '10 at 1:17
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If you have access to a PHP web server and cron jobs, you could try and install iCal-to-Twitter

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Google Calendar provides an RSS feed for every Calendar. It will be able to run in Twitterfeed. I have a Twitter account running that does just that.

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