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Spellbound Blog on Twitter

I little while back I created a Twitter account for Spellbound Blog [1]. 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 [2]).

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 [3]? Or happy to do both?

If you already have the Spellbound Blog RSS feed [4] 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 [5] 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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#1 Comment By Patrick On September 21, 2008 @ 3:48 pm

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.


#2 Comment By Kate T. On September 22, 2008 @ 4:04 pm

Sure! What do you want the choices to be, just Twitter and Delicious? Anything else?

#3 Comment By anne beaumont On October 7, 2008 @ 1:21 am

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

#4 Comment By TomC On October 14, 2008 @ 10:02 am

A horribly late answer on your question when del.icio.us became delicious.com. That in fact happened mid-summer ’bout the 31st of July (source: [6]).