The mischief that Posterous and then Amplify (and somewhere in there, Google Buzz) were intended to cure, at least for me, was to get my voice heard out there by using the auto-posting features in Amplify and Posterous.
In a way it has worked.
But there is a downside.
As an illustration of what I mean, I wrote a post here on Amplify directly. It was a short post of my observations after a week in Edinburgh.
And http://www.google.com/profiles/mike.war#buzz commented on it over at Buzz.
So now my post about Edinburgh beards and little old ladies and traffic signals and seagulls is fragmented with comments over at Buzz.
Well that's more enjoyable than no comments, but I sure wish there was a way to pull all these fragmented bits together.
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