Until there’s more from me on this brand new blog, you might want to check out some of my other social media presences, where I’ve been posting for a while now.
I’ve been increasingly active on Google+ lately, where you can expect me to talk about Google+ functionality analysis in particular, gaming topics in general and even find the occasional inspirational piece. Don’t worry, I barely ever share cute kittens pics, although you’re a terrible person for not liking them. I’ve been pleasantly surprised to be making a few new Internet friends over there, largely thanks to the conversation model.
I’m also experimenting with a few niche pages on Google+ for content curation, including Mars exploration news at Martian Soil, a Backbone.js page and something covering the growing phenomenon of teaching coding to the masses.
I’ve been on Twitter almost since the service launched over five years ago and my updates there tend to me more casual, sometimes funny, sometimes observational or cross-promotional. I’ve definitely learned to loath the 140 character limit and cherish the ability to elaborate on Google+. There’s also a Martian Soil Twitter account, which covers the same content as the Google+ page.
And, if you’re a personal friend, feel free to send a request on Facebook too. I only add people there that I’ve met in real life, or in some cases have worked with professionally for an extended period of time. The account is open for subscriptions, but I rarely make public updates.
Less frequent updates happen on YouTube (although that’s changing), Hacker News, Stack Overflow, Pinterest (still trying to figure out if it fits in with my daily routine) or Instagram. I probably have an account on the latest nerdy social media niche site by the time you read this too.