One neat thing about Tumblr is that more than any other blogging platform, it seems to be shifting in the way people use it and it’s becoming more like a network for producing content, sharing content, consuming content, and for forming connections with the other people. That’s just from an consumer point of view as … Continue reading As Tumblr Changes From Platform To Network
When Identity and Blogs Don’t Mix
Sometimes Tumblr blogs can be really annoying (hold on)!. Many times I’ll find myself on a blog after clicking a reblogged post in my Tumblr dashboard, and for just some reason, the blog won’t have any information at all as to who’s site it is. Every time I find myself on a Tumblr blog not … Continue reading When Identity and Blogs Don’t Mix
Someone’s Noticed This Right?
This "More Recommended Blogs" page on Posterous has been like this for as long as I can remember. The truth is though, this page isn't really useful and the small column of blogs on the Subscriptions page under the header "Recommended for me" have always shown me blogs by people that I know, and that … Continue reading Someone’s Noticed This Right?
What The Heck Makes Tumblr a “Designed” Company
I’m asking this question based of a statement made in a popular blog post that was published two weeks ago, Why Tumblr is kicking Posterous’s Ass. The article from what I can see only references Tumblr as a Designed company because it doesn’t have as many features which for Posterous makes it a bit confusing … Continue reading What The Heck Makes Tumblr a “Designed” Company
A new Retweet Button for Posterous? Yes yes, this matters very little it’s just a retweet button (it does look nice though), but what I really wanted to point out was the new Flickr embed that Posterous now has. Just by including a URL to a Flickr photo set or tag, you get an automatically … Continue reading