Monday, June 28, 2010


As I mentioned last week, I've been posting a fair amount on Twitter, as I find good short quotes in my reading and re-tweeting some thoughts of others.

One problem with Twitter is that the posts aren't archived (or at least I haven't figured out how to do it), which means, for instance, that the quote I really liked from Elyse Fitzpatrick two months ago is very difficult to find today.

So I've decided that I'm going to be posting those tweets that I want archived here on the blog too. Let's just saying I'm bleeting -- a mixture of blogging and tweeting. That way if I want to find one of those quotes for a sermon or some other purpose, I should have better chances of finding it. I'll still be posting on Twitter too, but I suppose the best of Twitter (at least according to me) will be here too.

This is going to increase the number of posts on the blog (especially as I try to get some of my favorites from the last few weeks all up on the blog), but they'll be short (140 characters at most) in length so they won't take long to read.


  1. Even though it might be hard to search for your old tweets now, I am sure you will be delighted to know that they will be saved for posterity at the Library of Congress. :-) See

  2. Larry,

    You can "favorite" tweets (I dislike that word) usually by clicking on a star icon or the like. Functions like bookmarking websites.

    Just an FYI, Twitter is a social network which improves when you not only are followed but follow others as well. ;-)