Facebook and Twitter. The comments were interesting (and if you'd like to read them, you can go here--it's not too late to add your own).
I gave a link to a simple one-question survey, asking which was the respondent's favorite social media venue. Here's the breakdown of responses:
Goodreads and Pinterest didn't get a single vote. Of course (here's the scientist in me coming out), this wasn't a very good survey. Only one response was allowed. Many people, I'm sure, said, "Whoa. I go to different sites for different things." And I think that's where we stand with blogs, Facebook, Twitter, Google + , Goodreads, Pinterest, and all the rest. It depends on what you want.
Some of the comments reflected this attitude: different aspects of social media for different reasons. So where does that leave my particular blog?
Abraham pleaded with God not to destroy Sodom if even a tiny remnant of the faithful could be found there. There's no fire and brimstone in this scenario, but if I continue to have a remnant of followers who seem to enjoy this blog, I'll spend the time necessary to share both my thoughts and whatever writing wisdom I've collected over the past few years. I won't let it take over my time, but I won't kill it either.
See you Tuesday. If you have questions you'd like discussed here, please leave them. And if you'd just like to comment to say, "Please keep going," I'd love that, as well. Thanks.
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