A blog with email - by the Twitter user called MichaelNozbe

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Hello here in the new place.

I decided to replace my blog at www.sliwinski.biz with this new blog at posterous.com.

I just like the fact that it's a simple email message and that it works. I don't have to worry about Wordpress updates, tweaks, settings, I just prepare an email, send it and that's it - my new blog post is posted!

Hope you like my new blog and if you do - please follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/MichaelNozbe

Cheers!

- Michael


--> me I'm Michael Sliwinski and I'm an entrepreneur who's also the...
.. Founder of Nozbe.com - a time and project management web application
.. Editor of Productive! Magazine - a global PDF publication on productivity
.. and a blogger as well as a producer of a weekly 2-minute Productive! show.

Posted on Friday, October 30, 2009 (blogging,twitter)

pawhite
Oct 31, 2009 02:23
Excellent, look forward to your posts.
Michael Sliwinski
Oct 31, 2009 22:33
Thanks pawhite, I've always wanted to blog more, now hopefully with this new platform things will be easier.

Just posted my first blog post directly from my iPhone :-)

Robert Pańkowski
Nov 2, 2009 00:15
posterous.com is cool, although you can use ping.fm to post both to Blogger and WordPress
Michael Sliwinski
Nov 2, 2009 05:37
Thanks for the comment Robert. Yes, I know you can "hack" to post emails to Wordpress, etc.

The thing is, posterous is so dead easy that I just decided to switch to make sure I actually don't have to do almost anything to maintain my blog - all I have to do is just send emails and the blog posts (or comments) are posted. Nothing more.

This helps me focus only on the content of the blog, not the blog itself. And it's a relief. And keeps me motivated to blog and releases my barrier of entry into serious blogging :-)


Robert Pańkowski
Nov 2, 2009 09:14
You can actually hack Wordpress and Blogger with Posterous the same way as with Ping.fm

Posting via e-mail is also possible. Have you ever used Ping.fm? I'm still deciding whether start blogging via Posterous, Ping.fm or something else.

Michael Sliwinski
Nov 2, 2009 11:11
I haven't used ping.fm so I wouldn't know if it's better or different.

Just decided to go with posterous for its ease of use. Already prepared two blog posts that are waiting in my mail "Drafts" folder - one will be sent today around 8 AM EST :-)

I'm replying to this comment also via email.

Anyway, just dig the simplicity of posterous so far, let's see how it works after a few weeks of blogging, but I'm loving the experience and I'm very motivated to blog more.