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Joe McCarthy

This is a great post!

Like you, I've wanted for posting more than 140 characters on Twitter, and yet less than the rather long posts that characterize my blog ... something between microblogging and blogging ("milliblogging"?) ... something just like Posterous!

I've had a posterous account for over a year - tried it out early on, but then forgot about it - but your post helps me better understand the way it might fill the blogging gap for me.

To celebrate, I'm going to post this comment to Posterous using the technique you shared above!

Now, if they would only include a Posterous widget on Typepad, I could have all of my social media "contributions" in one central location.

Mark Sigal

@Joe, thanks for the note. As a frame of reference, I wrote this post almost six weeks ago, and in that time, my post frequency has not wavered one bit. In four days so far, this week I have written 16 posts, and often find myself holding back a couple not wanting to overflow my twitter or facebook audience.

Don't get me started on the widget wish. Total potential to flip the Facebook wall concept inside out by widgetizing all of these postings so they can be centrally managed but easily distributed.

Cheers,

Mark

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