☞Wasteland Warlock☜ (kingfox) wrote,
☞Wasteland Warlock☜
kingfox

Connectedness

Poll #1516902 Social networking social contract

Is it acceptable to have your Twitter account update your Facebook status?

Yes
12(46.2%)
No
12(46.2%)
Maybe/unsure
2(7.7%)

Is it acceptable to have your Twitter updates posted to your LiveJournal?

Yes
2(7.4%)
No
21(77.8%)
Maybe/unsure
4(14.8%)

Is it acceptable to have your LiveJournal updates get twittered?

Yes
5(19.2%)
No
16(61.5%)
Maybe/unsure
5(19.2%)

Is it acceptable to have your LiveJournal updates get posted to your Facebook wall/notes?

Yes
13(50.0%)
No
8(30.8%)
Maybe/unsure
5(19.2%)

Has your answer to any of the above changed as you started or stopped using some of the above services?

Yes
4(15.4%)
No
22(84.6%)

Will the last person left on LJ please turn the lights off?

Currently I regularly use:

LiveJournal
3(11.5%)
Facebook
1(3.8%)
Twitter
0(0.0%)
foursquare
0(0.0%)
Microsoft Visual Studio
0(0.0%)
Steam
0(0.0%)
LIVE
0(0.0%)
ICQ
0(0.0%)
Google Wave
0(0.0%)
MySpace
0(0.0%)
Star Trek Online
0(0.0%)
GroupWise Messenger
0(0.0%)
Yelp
0(0.0%)
IE to hack corporations for the Chinese government
0(0.0%)
Oracle
0(0.0%)

Is my little santa hat icon next to my LJ username dope?

It's fly.
8(34.8%)
IMMA LET YOU FINISH, BUT ARETHA'S HAT WAS THE BEST HAT OF ALL TIME! OF ALL TIME!
15(65.2%)


My rule on this? If you have your Twitter activity automatically posted to your LJ on a daily basis, and you have your LJ updates automatically Twittered for you, and you don't post for a few days yet the two services keep on notifying back and forth every day and even killing you won't stop the pointless spam? You're doing it wrong. Cross-promotion I understand, re-reading your intelligent commentary twice is no skin off my back, but an endless cycle of the two not saying anything new? Bad.
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