That’s Quite Enough!

Avoiding IntrospectionI’m finally done testing this twitter->blog post tool. Thanks again for your patience and for putting up with a mass of tweets instead of real posts… which our recent couch surfers gave me a lot of grief about.

If you have a second, I’d love to hear your thoughts on Twitter and these twitter-posts.

  • Wow, Lex, I love to hear where you had coffee and lunch every day, and those great one sided conversations! Keep’em coming. [interesting]
  • Come on Lex, you’re boring my socks off, and my socks are pretty tolerant. [stupid]
  • Yawn… did you say something? [bored indifference]
  • WHAT?!?  Did you say something?  Sorry can’t hear you over this annoying twittering! [shut up would ya!]

A couple of notes to anyone interested in using and in this way:

  • I’ve had major issues changing the configuration of the daily posts after I initially set it up.  I even got help from the guy who created it and still had problems. I’ve given up trying to make the changes stick.
  • Yes, you do create an infinite loop!  The geek in me just loves a lazy infinite loop) and I set this up just to see what would happen.  Since it’s on a 24 hour loop, it’s not really all that impactful.  But it’s not brilliantly useful either and if you don’t stick on top of your twittering it becomes a self-referential infinite loop.

3 thoughts on “That’s Quite Enough!

  • April 8, 2008 at 7:23 pm
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    I pretty much ignore the twittering. I like introspection and posts with substance. Or at least jokes and viral videos.

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  • April 8, 2008 at 9:08 pm
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    I’ve called Twitter “blogging for extremely lazy people”
    Welcome back!

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  • April 9, 2008 at 4:17 pm
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    Junkii, “introspection” and “posts with substance”? You might be setting the bar a little high. Perhaps I can point you at a couple of other blogs and you could pretend I’m writing them.
    Deadrobot, Thanks. Interesting perspective on twitter. I think of it almost the other way around. It’s the lazy-lex’s way of keeping up. I guess I just have to figure out how to get my RSS feeds working like twitter.

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