Now, I don’t expect any other alternative to be that easy. I have used Tumblr but I don’t like that they host it and they force me to use the same log in for every single different blog I have on their service. Twitter doesn’t make the cut either since it’s again not hosted by me and there’s some word limit or something that prevents me from actually writing about anything.
No, instead, I propose more of a centralization. Such that my brief commentaries and my extended technological postings can exist in a single unified location. It would be wonderous to import my tweets every so infrequently like I had in the old days too. It would be nice to have these musings to be posted to not only Twitter, but simultaneously to also Google+ and Facebook.
If you’re an avid feed reader, you might have noticed a couple of mysterious entires a couple weeks ago. If you had followed through on those links, you would have found one of two things: either that the link brought you to the site I was actually talking about or more likely that the post simply did not exist on the site itself and was only present in the feeds. That was my secret testing phase and while it did not work as I had intended, since then I have become versed in the arts of feed manipulation and foul WordPressian treachery. If I were reading my feeds in the future, I would keep in mind things might look different and are probably going to be changing slightly (and by slightly, I mean considerably).
So that’s the plan. Stay tuned.