Fair readers – I am slowly but surely succumbing to the siren call of social media.
While I have always reviled Twitter for the fact that its initial use seemed to be limited to people announcing that (a) they’re at [insert location here], (b) they feel [happy, excited, sleepy], or (c) the weather is [gorgeous, awful, kind of cloudy], more modern minds than mine have prevailed upon me to use it so that they can more easily share it with their followers. So, at the end of each post, you will now see an adorable “Tweet” button.
In addition, if you’re interested in following news of interest to the LL/D community throughout the week, please follow less is more on Twitter at @limblogger. You have my word that you will never see a Tweet from me about (a) I am at [insert location], (b) I feel [happy, excited, sleepy], or (c) the weather is [gorgeous, awful, kind of cloudy]. Many things that I find interesting or noteworthy never make it into less is more simply because they don’t align with the weekly format I follow. @limblogger should provide less is more readers an avenue to access those kinds of stories
In addition, I have always reviled Facebook for the fact that its sole and exclusive use seems to be limited to people announcing that (a) they’re at [insert location here], (b) they feel [happy, excited, sleepy], (c) the weather is [gorgeous, awful, kind of cloudy]. And yet, it does appear that a few people continue to use the service. So, again, at the end of each post, the omnipresent Facebook “F” will give you the option of sharing the latest and greatest less is more post with the 1 or 2 other people you know who still visit that social networking site.
Finally, social news sites like Digg, Reddit, and StumbleUpon shouldn’t be discriminated against by a site devoted to educating the world about limb loss/difference, should they? So, consider this a day of liberation for the social news trinity, which depends upon powerful giants of the interweb like less is more to liberate them from their shackles. All three now have their buttons on less is more as well.
I hope that these changes help you connect to less is more in new and exciting ways. I’m always interested in your feedback, so don’t hesitate to send comments to email@example.com.
A new post is coming tomorrow, and with it, the first official less is more Tweet. How does a guy who regularly writes 2000-3000 words limit himself to 140 characters? Don’t miss it!
As always, thanks for your loyalty and support!