watch -n -0.1 fbcmd stream timeline

stream facebook feed

Streams your timeline on the commandline, required fbcmd https://github.com/dtompkins/fbcmd

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By: hako
2013-04-20 17:36:18

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Download a script and run it. I'm not sure where the 'fu' is.
toxick · 220 weeks and 5 days ago
Download a script and run it. I'm not sure where the 'fu' is.
toxick · 220 weeks and 5 days ago

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