Recently Friendfeed has made changes to its service. It now allows you to send your Friendfeed postings through to Twitter. They are limited to 140 characters once they get there, just like regular Tweets.
Friendfeed has also given the ability to send the Friendfeed postings that are generated by the other (any number of the 48 that Friendfeed currently supports) to Twitter as well.
Last but not least, it is now possible to send comments, and ‘likes’ to Friendfeed postings through to Twitter also.
I experimented with all of these, but have decided to turn off the comments and likes option. Why? Firstly it can look very disjointed as a Tweet, and secondly, but perhaps more importantly, if you’re a regular Friendfeed poster and commenter like me, your Tweets to your followers quickly build up to a high level of noise. I had this switched on for only 2-3 days, and started to get some unfollows, and more than a few questions about all the stuff coming through. One of my followers even thought that perhaps my Twitter had been hacked.