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Phillip Long

This is a really important issue - the fragmentation of our digital selves across multiple sites that, through their separation leads to both horrendous wastes of time as well as the opportunity cost of segregating ideas. When the stuff that matters is at the intersection of ideas (be it disciplines or our own thoughts and work) having them in separate locations, disconnected except by raw links if one remembers to insert them, and bound within their own contextual and technical surroundings, context is lost, ideas fail to catalyze, and connections aren't made.

This is an important effort and I'll look at SweetCron promptly!

Alan Levine

Hmmm, since you moved your blog to that URL is the sweetcron thing somewhere else??

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