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I’m blogging mostly at these days. Just letting you know. Nothing wrong here. Partly it’s easier there. I can just post, y’know? Like tweeting, but without the icky limits. But mostly it’s that I see the future of blogging there, rather than on WordPress and platforms like it. I mean, they’re fine for publishing, and I won’t […]
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