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Social Media Wack-a-Mole

 It's time to play social media Wack-a-Mole.  I don't use this blog often and even blogs are vulnerable.  But plan for multiple connections to other people, pop up every time you're cut off.

Bookmark blogs, add people on alternate platforms even if you never go there.  If you ever have to go, you'll already have those connections.

I might not show up here often.  But I might.  Then this might go away, too.  Then I'll be some where else.


B.E. Sanderson said…
I added you to my blogroll and bookmarked you just in case. I may not comment often, but I'm around here somewhere.
Synova said…
Linda Fox said…
If I might suggest, download those booksmarks - you never know when Big Tech will decide to nike your non-approved bookmarks

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