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October 12 2013

tumbloup: followers + postachio
Been getting email notifications lately and all I get was notifications of new followers from THOSE TWO sites (and occasionally Twitter too) and I started noting the difference: Twitter & Tumblr said "you have a new follower" and Soup said "you are somebody's new friend".

I probably should've clarified & written this instead on the comic:
The thing about 'friends' and 'followers' in Soup is that when someone follows you, like other sites they're called 'followers' but to them, you're their 'friend' already. Friends defined here are people you follow (either following you back or not). And guess what, 'followers' were once called 'stalkers' before the guys at Soup renamed the term.

And thanks to ~MitzumiKare for telling me about Postach.io, another alternative to Tumblr & Wordpress which we can use and log in with Evernote. It looks clean and simple though, kinda like Posterous. Maybe I felt like it is the next Posterous.

Lols. Idk any Wordpress personification character so I made a random androgynous character for it.

March 05 2012

Introducing P2, a theme by Wordpress. Sounds just like another Twitter clone.
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September 03 2011

How to choose the best platform for your personal website


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