Yes, I’m really in doubt as to what I want to do with this, which direction to follow. What I was looking for was a way to coordinate all the different platforms in order to promote my work, like one size fits all, but it doesn’t. A blog post doesn’t look optimal on my Facebook page and it isn’t automatically posted on Instagram. I’ve abandoned Twitter after several attempts to wrap my head around it and I finally decided that it’s just not my thing. A bunch of lonely tweeters sitting in the top of isolated tweettrees in Twitterwood, tweeting, hoping that someone will hear them out.

Anyway, there are others and I do have Linkedin, and this will be posted there automatically, but who will notice my posts there? I don’t know.

Then I wanted to update my homepage, although I’m in doubt whether home pages still have any value these days. It seems to me that they are more and more a thing of the past, unless you’re selling some stuff. Social media hasn’t only threatened to make traditional media obliterate, but also ye olde home page.

So why bother keeping them and go through all the hassle updating and maintaining them? I’m still in my thinking corner about that. Recently I got a message about DNS-servers which will be updated and hopefully I won’t need to do anything about it, but if I have to, that’s probably the final straw. In addition to that comes the cost.

So I really don’t know.

Posting my pondering here now and then is okay. I could do it on my personal Facebook page, too, though.

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