[LUNI] Favorite Blog community?
samir at esamir.com
Mon Oct 18 08:03:01 CDT 2010
Micro blogging is usually a tidbit followed by a full sized article.
I'm not sure about twitter, but at least on
identi.ca I find the !/# tagging very handy. There's enough people
following certain groups, that asking a question
can usually get an almost immediate response. The quality of the
feedback is debatable.. but I find that handy.
I mainly use ident.ca/twitter to create my own custom RSS feeds.
follow this user for meego, this devel from meego,
this fan site...and create my meego RSS stream.
Follow FSF, RMS, and something else.. and create your Libre Software
Anyways.. this is somewhat OT .. so I'll let everyone return to their
On Sun, Oct 17, 2010 at 11:52 AM, John Bundy <jbundy at ieee.org> wrote:
> I tried finding you on tumblr via your email but no luck (I joined). tumblr
> seems to have some interesting features and I would l like to find out
> more. It has the idea of directories for topics.
> I tried microblogging on twitter but found putting everything in an SMS size
> message limiting. Facebook can kind of be used for blogging and I do keep
> in touch with a few people that way.
> On Sun, Oct 17, 2010 at 12:07 AM, Richard Lynch <ceo at l-i-e.com> wrote:
>> They are huge, so you get lost in the ocean, I suppose, but at least
>> they are big enough that you know they probably won't disappear
>> totally overnight.
>> Google Groups??? Never even tried it myself.
>> I've gone the gamut of hosting my own, or even just writing HTML pages
>> by hand for that matter.
>> I think I only really started to blog semi-regularly after I was
>> diagnosed with brain cancer. Well, technically, after I was
>> hospitalized for a brain seizure which was eventually identified as
>> brain cancer...
>> Anyway, I think the platform you pick is irrelevant. What matters is
>> blogging consistently with something people give a rat's ass about to
>> read. :-)
>> brain cancer update:
>> Linux Users Of Northern Illinois (Chicago) - Technical Discussion
> Linux Users Of Northern Illinois (Chicago) - Technical Discussion
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