Microblogging migration: my New Year list of people whose every post I want to see

For the last few years I've spent a little of my Christmas downtime curating my own personal filter bubble in the form of a¬†list of people whose every post I want to see. Previously I derived a Twitter list of people I retweeted most in the preceding 12 months, adjusted for balance of gender and … Continue reading Microblogging migration: my New Year list of people whose every post I want to see

What’s on your mind? How I’m thinking about microblogging right now

I signed up for Twitter in November 2006. My friends were talking about it, and it seemed like a fun diversion. My first blog post suggesting Twitter might not be as good as it used to be is dated December 2006. Back in those early days, the service I remember sat at the centre of … Continue reading What’s on your mind? How I’m thinking about microblogging right now