Steepsterites on Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, Facebook Updated: 10-2-12
FB Ask Me:)
I joined twitter a few years ago, but had not paid alot of attention to it, til I saw people were ‘following’ tea companies, and so I decided to pay more attention.I did want to join Pinterest but I didn’t like how it wanted to automatically join with my facebook account I am on Tumblr too, but the topics are generally adult oriented, though occasionally look for tea related topics on there, and I like being able to blog on there. And I just joined LoveIt, but didn’t choose the link to Facebook or Twitter option.
Various Pagan topics, LGBTIQ, Arts & Crafts, occasionally tea, music.
I tried to find you on LoveIt, but http://loveit.com/Lynxie returns an error. I’m at http://loveit.com/bleepnik, but almost all my stuff is over on Pinterest. I like LoveIt better but find such sites to be more useful/fun for me if I go where my friends are, and none of my people has even heard of LoveIt. =\ So after a brief fling with LoveIt, I’m back at Pinterest.
I couldn’t figure out how to llink my profile from LoveIt to here. (I mean address wise.) Very frustrating.)
Hah! figured it out! http://loveit.com/lynxie_dove I forgot I had added another name on there.
my tweet account https://twitter.com/darkyreborn
What happened when you clicked darky’s link, Hugo Tea? Maybe there was a temporary glitch or something, because it’s working fine for me as of a minute ago.
Does anyone here have RiffleBooks? I finally snagged an invite a few weeks back but am not super clear on how to follow people/if it’s worth it. We shall see!
I am there, but I also am not sure how to follow non-Facebook friends (I just sent them some feedback on their forced Facebookiness).
Do you see a follow button there anywhere? (I sent them feedback about this whole following process, too, and how unintuitive and not hassle-free it is).
It’s blocked at work, will check when I get home – hopefully I can work it! : ) It definitely needs work but it has potential, I think.
I don’t think I get it, but I’m certainly willing to check it out and give it a chance. It would have to be way better than Goodreads for me to stick with it long-term, though, I think.
Part of my problem is that reading is a solitary activity for me (obviously). I keep a book journal that I record for myself a summary and what I thought of the book, but nothing electronic. While I have a goodreads account, I never use it. Actually, I might not even really know how. :)
I am the same way. I am not active in any groups or book clubs or whatever, so it’s just me. But I use Goodreads as my book journal. So same thing, just digital. I like that I can call my notes/reading history up so easily, look stuff up, easily add books to a “to read” shelf, etc. I also like that if I want, I can share what I’m reading with my friends, suggest a book to a particular friend, etc. If I were doing everything offline and then wanted to take advantage of any of the site’s features, migrating the information over would be a pain in the butt. This way, it’s already there, and I can get fancy with it if I want to.
I am on Facebook making a fool of myself but I don’t submit to public things; well at least I think I don’t. No apps etc. I am not social really.
Before I forget happy holidays to everyone on Steepster.com and thank you for still having me around. I don’t have a clue but it keeps me busy so much so I don’t see my failing life. It has been most interesting. Happy holidays!