web 2.0

The Importance of Insignificance…

Wednesday, September 21st, 2011 | Life | 2 Comments

…in which I talk about pointlessly trivial current affairs.

By the mere fact that I’m going to write this entry, I myself become a hypocrite by jumping on the trolling hype of a topic that, in my mind, deserves not even the passing of conversation. However, in witnessing, and even being roped into all of the debate and debauchery surrounding this insubstantial first world issue, certain ideas and opinions have come to mind and I feel, as a result, that I must at least share these thoughts.

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Too Much of Me…

Tuesday, March 25th, 2008 | LiveJournal Archives | No Comments

I’ve love Web 2.0 and that should be obvious to most. I blog, I livejournal, I twitter, I flickr, I del.icio.us, I rss, I facebook, etc. The problem is I put different content on everything and yet I want most people on the different social feeds to know what all I’m doing in the other places. When I post a on my blog, I want my facebook peeps to know, and when I post on my flickr, I want my twitter twits to hit it up. The problem I’m finding is the more I set up automatic feeds and cross-posters, the more things get repeated. So the danger is that if I post on my blog, it tells my livejournal, my twitter, and my facebook; but at the same time, when my livejournal finds out that I blogged, it tells my twitter and facebook as well; and then, of course, my twitter tells my facebook.

So what happens is my facebook hears three times that I blogged. I want each of my webspaces to know what I’m doing on the other webspaces, but I don’t want things to snowball and all flood each other with duplicate information. Its like I need one clearinghouse for everything and that one place disseminates everything out equally and fairly, without redundant content or illegible codes.

If anyone has any ideas on how to do this, please, let me know.

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