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Do you use Posterous? How do you feel about yesterday's news--no big deal, or are you packing your bags?
Yesterday afternoon, Twitter announced that they had acquired blogging platform Posterous, and by all indications, it was mostly for the talent. If you're a Posterous user, this means that your Poster...
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Hey, can you get me back on Twitter?
 
Like Christian stopped using it awhile back. I was particularly spurred on by their lack of "data liberation" Deleted my account.
 
I used to use Posterous because I really like the post-by-email concept and it was so simple to use. It was really good for non-techie people as it basically let you create a mailing list as well. Unfortunately, it was constantly changing, and not in a "here, this makes it easier to do what you want" kind of way.
 
I wonder if ping.fm would be a good alternative to Posterous for posting content to various sites? Which is why I primarily used posterous, as it could post to Twitter, Facebook, Blogger, Tumblr all at once.
I always got a bit lost with ping.fm myself.
 
Everytime you say posterous, my mind says perposterous? I don't know why, perhaps I need to see a doctor?
 
I'm a big fan of Posterous. This is a bummer. I'll move my stuff as quickly as possible, given the lack of any clear messaging about the platform's future...
 
I am moving my blog back to Wordpress. I think that is the wise thing to do, but I do love the autopost to social media. Oh well.
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