After reading Mark Krynsky's post over on the Lifestream Blog, I've decided to give Posterous a go as the centralized entry area for my stream to the interwebs. What does that mean? Well – for you, nothing. If you read my updates on twitter, you'll still see them there – ditto for Facebook, FriendFeed, or my old blog.My goal is to bring some order to the chaos and to remove any duplicate postings. I haven't quite figured out how I am going to work through my Google Reader shared items yet, but I am working on it. Here's the article from Mark on using Posterous as a Lifestreaming Platform (plus it gives a good overview of what lifestreaming is): http://lifestreamblog.com/my-thoughts-on-posterous-as-a-lifestreaming-platform/ And here is the article from Steve Rubel that initially renewed my interest in Posterous & sparked the article from Mark: http://www.micropersuasion.com/2009/06/so-long-blogging-hello-lifestreaming.html —
One slightly irrelevant side note: I signed up for Posterous back in July 2008, but never found a way to integrate it into what I was doing. It was probably a lack of foresight, but I don't recall it having all these nifty feature back then. Second slightly less irrelevant side note: My posterous site will be moving to http://blog.junyor.com in the next day or so.