No Terry, actually I don't but I know I need to utilize those blogs more effectively. I'm working on it.
I've not been able to construct a connection between the way I input/capture info (which is usually via my RebelMouse bookmarklet, my Scoop.it bookmarket <which I'm getting a little pissed of at lately> or the "Share this" bookmarklet that sits up actually in my browser address bar/window.
RM and SI go to FB, Twitter, and (one of them) goes to my G+ page.....and I seem to recall that one of them is supposed to be able to go to "Wordpress"... but I don't remember if it's WP.com or WP.org. One of them (I forget which) automatically posts on one of my Tumblr blogs and also a blogger blog too.
All those connections get rather Byzantine and, frankly, the documentation on doing it isn't very clear. I think there's two problems there which, if they could be clearly addressed, would make an excellent eBook: Problem #1 - How to set up the RM/SI sharing feature, and Problem #2 - How to find the friggin' URL for G+, LinkedIn and (sometimes) FB. It really pisses me off that people who write about certain features like this just seem to blithely assume that everybody knows such things.
BTW.... I noticed a new site lately.... friendsplus.me
. It seems to do that sort of outbound syndication that I like but it focuses on G+ as the source. I haven't gotten my mind wrapped around it yet.....but I might wade into it soon.
It's obvious that these kinds of connections are possible and I think the leading edge of that functionality, from the consumer's standpoint, is how to make them easier to manipulate and use with purpose.