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Check Out My Tumblelog

Do you have a tumblelog? Check out mine!

There are cool things that I run across and want to share with you. But many of them are short or wouldn’t fit my themes at Legal Andrew.

Twitter (follow aflusche) allows me to share some of them, but not very well. And I’m falling off the Twitter bandwagon again. It just interrupts my day too much.

But now I have a tumblelog (feed). It allows me to share tons of cool things with the world, in just a few seconds.

Courtesy of Tubmlr, my new micro-blog has a handy bookmarklet. Whenever I see something cool online, I just click the bookmarklet. Then I select what type of thing I want to share (photo, video, quote, link, etc). Fill out a field or two and save. Then I proceed with my day.

I’ll link to YOU

A big motivation behind my new tumblelog is that I can share link love with more people. It will purposefully contain a wide array of things, so almost no link is out of place.

If you’d like me to link to your article or site, just send me an email. I’ll do my best to help out!

I just ask that you try to send a link my way, either to Legal Andrew or my tumblelog.

Are you tumbling?

Do you have a tumblelog? Please share it below so we can all see your random posts. 🙂

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6 Responses to “Check Out My Tumblelog”

  1. Jake
    November 25th, 2007

    I tried out a Tumblelog. I love the idea, but for me it’s easier to update del.icio.us, which is what I mostly use.

  2. Andrew Flusche
    November 25th, 2007

    Hi Jake,

    del.icio.us is definitely a useful tool. But I use it only for things that I want to reference in the future. It’s my only bookmarking tool for sites and articles of personal interest & utility. I use the tumblelog as another means of sharing things with other people. Things that go in there are probably not bookmarked in del.icio.us. Not because they’re not valuable to me, but just because I’ve either subscribed to the RSS feed or I don’t think I’ll need to reference the site later.

    But the key is finding tools that work for you, which you’ve done. Thanks for sharing!


  3. Modern Living Room Furniture
    November 26th, 2007

    Am still trying to figure out how these things work, so Thanks for that explanation.

  4. Andrew Flusche
    November 27th, 2007

    Tumblr is really easy to update. It’s just a couple clicks and you’re done. That’s one thing I love about it!