More frequent, but maybe not as profound

More frequent, but maybe not as profound

I’ve recently discovered Posterous which bills itself as a kind of blogging service, but it’s more than that. It lets you email text, photos, and even video, and then it intelligently posts them to your various presences on the web. I can email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) with status updates for Twitter, Facebook, and Plurk; photos for; videos for YouTube and Vimeo. All of it shows up on my Posterous page at as well. And I can use it to send any or all of it to this blog too.

That’s right, I can blog from email now, even from my iPhone. What that means is that I can now create more blog posts more easily, but alongside the more in-depth posts I usually write—which have become so scarce these days—will reside some more off-the-cuff thoughts and comments. We’ll see how it works in practice.

By the way, if you want a deeper review of Posterous, read Andy Ihnatko’s column this week at the Chicago Sun-Times.

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