Protected twitter

As I wrote the post below I felt uneasy with it,  a few minutes later I realised that if I was happy with my twitter feed being in Public on my blog, why bother to protect it within Twitter itself.  So I have changed back to an unprotected feed. What was I thinking.  This was my original flawed logic:

Although I publish my twitter feed on my blog, I’ve decided to protect it.  This might seem strange, but I just don’t like the idea of someone harvesting from the public feed.  For some reason I just feel happier with people seeing my twitter feed in the context of my Facebook page, or my blog page.

Steve Richards

I'm retired from work as a business and IT strategist. now I'm travelling, hiking, cycling, swimming, reading, gardening, learning, writing this blog and generally enjoying good times with friends and family

1 Response

  1. I know what you mean, I’ve been having thoughts along similar lines regarding all these social sites and services.

    Each of us will have our own level of comfort, but it is important that we are asking ourselves these questions. I fear many are not.

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