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Google Reader's Shared Items published a RSS feed. Can I somehow import that automatically into Twitter, so when I share something in GR it becomes a tweet?

I know there's a Send-To solution, but that's not what I'm looking for.


Edit

Ok, some googling came up with Twitterfeed, which does just that.

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I've tried TwitterFeed and found it to be "hit or miss" most of the time (same for another I've tried - I forgot the name at the moment.) It would often skip a lot of RSS items. I got fed up and I ended up writing my own program in C# to monitor the feed (it checks every half hour) and post to Twitter as new stuff appears on the feed (it's kind of specific to my feed, however.) –  MetalMikester Sep 9 '10 at 18:31

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  1. Go to http://www.google.com/reader/shared/[your username]
  2. Click on "Atom Feed" and copy the URL
  3. Go to feedburner.google.com and add your feed.
  4. Go to "Publicize" → "Socialize" and add a Twitter account
  5. Check the formatting options to see how your feed is going to be tweeted
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Since items you share also go into your Buzz feed (assuming you haven't disabled them) I would expect you could use the "BuzzCanTweet" service to do the same thing.

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