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If you go to the second half of this article, it outlines how to do this. In short, you find your Facebook ID, use it in the URL http://www.facebook.com/minifeed.php?status&id=[yourid], then add that as a feed in Google Buzz. Edit: I did a little investigation and found out minifeed.php no longer works. But this does: 1. Go to ...
Why Google+ is not another Buzz ? Google+ integrates social services such as Google Profiles and Google Buzz, and introduces new services Circles, Hangouts, Sparks, and Huddles. Google+ is not another ‘Buzz’ as it’s not trying to convince users to share stuff. Instead, it’s facilitating users with remarkable features such as Instant Upload(that ...
As of now, there's way to disable Buzz completely without removing the Google profile What you can do, however is Uncheck notification emails Hide Buzz from GMail Remove any connected sites to reduce/negate any Buzz posts With a combination of about, your Buzz activity should be almost nil.
Posterous can do this for you. https://posterous.com/ Posterous can post to all of the big social services and blogs as well. Just post to Posterous and they will be posted to either service. The best is you can do this via email like firstname.lastname@example.org http://posterous.com/help/email_tips
I dont know about a service that does this automatically, but you can easily make this work by some rss processing You can use yahoo pipes (http://pipes.yahoo.com) to get your twitter feed and generate a new rss feed with only some of your tweets, you have lots of filtering options using the yahoo pipes interface, you could have something like 1 in every 10 ...
Another option is to use http://ping.fm, which allows you to post to ping, and then have that update your status to multiple networks. I've been using it for years, and it works really well. You can update from text message, Android/Iphone apps, web, email, API, etc, and it instantly updates all the networks you set up, including Facebook and Buzz. It does ...
You can add Twitter to your Google Buzz stream by adding Twitter in the Connected Sites section. However, it is quite buggy and doesn't import them in real time, the delay could be anything from a couple of minutes to a couple of hours. This is a known issue documented by Google. I think if you want to have real time updates in both Twitter and Google ...
At the bottom of the page there's a : "turn off buzz" link Click on it. It takes you to: Settings>Buzz There, there is another link: Disable Google Buzz
I had this issue as well; With Google Reader shared items too. For a time there was even issues with Twitter not being able to post to a FaceBook profile. From what I understand this is a Mr. Zuckerberg implemented on purpose kind of thing. FB seems to have issues with competitors being able to integrate with it sometimes.
All tweet streams have an RSS feed. You can use that RSS feed and pipe that into a service such as http://twitterfeed.com/, which will tweet everything in the feed, which'll then pipe to Buzz. Perhaps you could set up a new twitter account called <username>favorites and connect that to Buzz.
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