Date: 2010-05-20 07:54 pm (UTC)
We also talked about hooking these micro-posts to longer-form writing

I've seen a lot of people using Twitter as a linking tool to their longer posts on Tumblr, and Twitter posting is apparently already integrated into Tumblr.

After taking a class where I was required to blog, I have to say that I have mixed feelings about it. On the one hand I am proud of the work that I did, and I loved being able to integrate media, as well as have my participation in the class accurately measured for weeks when time didn't allow verbal discussion. However, the students were all allowed to use the platform they felt most comfortable with, so though the professor had links to everyone, we (the students) were not linked together or interacting. Perhaps that just saved me hours upon hours of internet time?
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