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My feed is more all-in-one. I have a separate feed for the micro posts, although that is superfluous if people follow on micro.blog.
I have to give some thought as to whether to have a separate feed for long form posts, but so far haven’t seen the need.
micro.blog founder Manton Reece has posted about the importance of photo-blogging as part of the overall (micro) blogging approach.
I agree whole-heartedly, and will add distribution to the micro-blog as part of my photo publishing workflow.
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Over the past few months I have started drafting a number of posts that I have yet to complete.
I setup the Around the Web link blog on Pinboard as a place to track links of interest, with the idea being that I could have short comments. These, in theory, get rolled up into regular Around the Web posts. For several reasons – some technical, some personal – this process has been a little broken.
The idea was that these would fill a gap between Twitter posts and longer form posts, which would become the focus of writing here. I think this gap is too great.
Apparently I am not the only one, with people like Andy Baio, Gina Trapani and Jason Snell deciding that their blogs will be for anything longer than a tweet, even if it is only a paragraph or two. Of course people like John Gruber have taken that approach all along.
So, this blog will probably have more regular, short form comment. Some posts might be quick thoughts while others might be expanded links. Of course, the occasional long form post and semi-regular Photos of the Week will continue.
Themes will continue to focus on workflows in productivity, photo and presentations, and the technology that empowers them. But I will continue to post other things that interest me.
I hope this will become a better middle ground of posting for me.