Sweet! Facebook in Emacs!

So here’s how to access Facebook from w3m, one of the web browsers in
Emacs:

1. Enable cookies by setting w3m-use-cookies to t.
2. Go to http://m.facebook.com .
3. Choose the HTTP login.
4. Log in with your username and password.

Hooray for mobile interfaces that don’t require Javascript! =D

So far, it seems to work. I can update my status! Sweet!

Next step: Figure out how to set up shimbun for Facebook mail so that I can read my Facebook mail like a newsgroup…

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  • http://phuff.livejournal.com Paul Huff

    Of course, you could set your status without w3m if you add the developer app and get an app key and use facebook.el ;)

    -Paul

  • http://desmovalvo.blogspot.com Fabio Viola

    wow facebook in emacs!!! And what about this emacs girl??? Really really really really really really cool!!! :)

  • http://www.waitingforcargo.net Kamen

    This actually prompted me to experiment with the mobile versions of other online services, with quite a bit of success with Gmail, Google Reader, and Google Docs.

    I’ve documented it all at the Emacs Wiki, here:

    http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs-en/WThreeMHintsAndTips#toc15

    Retake Web 2.0 with the power of Emacs!

  • http://www.enigmacurry.com EnigmaCurry

    I update my facebook status in emacs via twitter with twit.el and adding the twitter facebook app to my facebook.

    Works fantastically.

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  • http://www.logophile.org/blog/ Tikitu

    So did you ever get mail access sorted? I would *dearly* love to lose the BookFace mail interface…

  • Brady Trainor

    Oh no! Now I’m Facebooking all the time!