I know I don't update very often these days. I'm going to try to work on that. In case I improve, here's where else I can be found on the web. I update these places more often:
- My Google Reader shared items. This is a tumblesque channel of things I come across in my reading.
- My Twitter profile. The usual inanities.
- My github profile is perhaps interesting. If you're into that sort of thing. Programming, that is.
I do have a tumblelog but I'm just using it for stuff about a project I have going. It's not very interesting yet, as progress is slow.
My web content activities have become spread out over more services and systems. They're more specialized, more proprietary services. I tweet short stuff, blog long stuff, share web stuff with Reader and social stuff with Facebook. Last.fm for music. Except for the music I listen to on Youtube, along with videos, that get shared to my Facebook stream. Flickr for photos, and they end up on my Google Profile. Oh, but put them on Facebook too, for the friends and family to see them.
The privacy implications? Yeah, it's a little scary how much of me is out there. But I'm more worried about the fragmentation! I feel diluted and spread all over the place.
I may go back to simpler internet habits: hermitize my profiles and wring out a plain old HTML essay or two. That would be satisfying.