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Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Tumbling along

Posted By on Wed, Mar 25, 2009 at 5:30 PM

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Contrary to what you might think, we're not all a bunch of Luddites over here at the Times.  Actually, I am, but I'm trying.  I wrote a rather disparaging article about Twitter a couple of weeks ago, but I've since jumped on board (follw my tweets here).  I've also recently started to tumble.  You can find out more at Tumblr.com, but basically it's like Twitter, Facebook and Blogger all rolled into one.  I'll be using my Tumblr blog to post odds and ends - pictures that don't make it into the paper, more light-hearted fare than what usually appears on the Arkansas blog, quotes from interviews and lots of other stuff that doesn't really fit anywhere else.  Check out By the By and let me know what you think.           

Tumblr is catching on quick, but there are still very few users in Little Rock.  Lance Turner, of Arkansas Business, is an early-adopter.  It's like blogging and social networking at the same time.  If you sign up, follow me.  It's just another way to stay in touch and push content.  We'll see how it goes.
       

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