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Spellbound Blog on Twitter

I little while back I created a Twitter account for Spellbound Blog. So far I have just been posting pointers back to my blog posts on it, but I do plan to start using it to share other tidbits (like a link to today’s Doonsbury that features fictional Library of Congress archivist Violet McPhee).

A question for those playing along at home – would you be more likely to follow Spellbound Blog on Twitter or add Spellbound Blog to your network on del.icio.us? Or happy to do both?

If you already have the Spellbound Blog RSS feed in your feed reader, perhaps links shouldn’t be mixed in with alerts about new blog posts? This would mean that del.icio.us would be a better place to put links. Are more folks in the archives community on Twitter or del.icio.us? Maybe I can inspireĀ  ArchivesNext to post a poll about which of these services people are actually using?

ps. When did del.icio.us become delicious.com?

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4 Comments

  1. Patrick

    You beat me to it! Just read Doonesbury and was going to show it to you.

    Use delicious.

    And I noticed it changed around 2 weeks ago.

    Patrick

  2. anne beaumont

    I would also prefer delicious, I seem to visit that much more often than Bloglines these days, & as yet I am not convinced about Twitter.
    I do value what you contribute, and would like to keep up with it more easily via my delicious network.

    Thanks, anneb

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