Recently I’ve been getting a lot of questions about how best to follow my activities and writing and recommendations online. The answer is that it’s up to you! Choose one of the three options below for your best bet.
- My Blog: My long posts are always here, on LibrarianInBlack.net. I also have started selecting the most interesting things I Tweet and posting them as a daily digest with perhaps 8 links. Look in the sidebar for ways to subscribe via RSS or email.
- Twitter: This is another great place to follow me. I Tweet as @TheLiB throughout the day most days, and if I post a longer article to the blog I will add a link on Twitter.
- Facebook: I’m on Facebook. I don’t post directly to Facebook, but everything from Twitter (inc. links to my blog posts) feeds into Facebook. If I get comments I do try to reply to them and engage here. In truth, I don’t like Facebook very much. Facebook’s privacy policies and data ownership practices concern me, so I’m not giving them any unique content, no way no how. But I recognize some of my peeps are there, so I’ll try to be there too.
So if you follow my blog, Twitter feed, -or- Facebook profile, then you’re going to get everything. It’s all a matter of how you prefer to consume information. If you’re following me in more than one of these places, you might start to get annoyed with me and hate me. And we wouldn’t want that!