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Well, how do you fare compared to the Zeitgeist?
Chat up your fellow wooters and let us know how lame this poll was or what obvious choices we missed.
For example: Was this poll a) STUPID, b) DUMB, c) POINTLESS or d) ALL OF THE ABOVE?
so happy to see my fellow wooters deem twitter as not being worth the keystrokes. it's gonna be a good week after all.
My home page for approximately the last decade
I don’t blog, vlog, tweet, or care.
I felt so strongly about this, that I had to post it in here as well.
I Tweet, but I don't blog. That option was not available however, so I chose other.
Wrote my own blog using PHP against a mySQL DB running on a rented LAMP server.
Not the most sophisticated thing, but it looks nice and the back-end UI is clean enough that I can post blogs from my phone
Neither I, nor any relative, nor any friend is that important that their opinion matters to the point that anyone would bother to read their words. And that includes here...
And I find that all of this instant information is too much information and a big waste of time.
Drupal! it is the most advanced by far. There are less themes, but it is worth the effort.
I've used OpenDiary.com now since I was like, 14.. I'm 26 now. It's been good to me I also use Facebook.. that was how we let all the friends and family know we were expecting this time, it was quick and hassle free.
My wife uses wordpress on her blog.
blogspot! which is technically google, but it's not google+, so...
Haven't yet chosen one but I want it on my own domain, not a blog host.
I like WordPress just fine, but most of the time I just ramble on Google+.
I don't feel the need to blog and I just plain honestly do not understand Twitter (either how it works OR what its purpose is). What the heck is the difference between a tweet and a Facebook status update?!
rtwesterlund wrote:I don't feel the need to blog and I just plain honestly do not understand Twitter (either how it works OR what its purpose is). What the heck is the difference between a tweet and a Facebook status update?!
Not much! But I find that they're different audiences/functions. I could ramble about what I feel the differences and uses are, but it rarely converts an unbeliever and I am no evangelist.
only ever used Moveable Type
I am on tumblr excessively, so there's that.
I actually care so little, I'm not even reading the comments in this thread.
Good day sir.
Xanga for the past ~10 years.
I'm glad that I'm not the only one who still uses xanga.
I like Wordpress' functionality better (endless modifications in design/feel can be made by even the novice - well, average - user if self-hosting), but Blogger is cheaper to simply redirect to my own domain, so I stick with that and don't have to pay for hosting. It's easy and reliable. I'm on Twitter more than Blogger these days, but I still hate Facebook.
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