SW10/META: Social Media vs. the Powernaut
seiler at eilertech.com
Wed Jul 18 16:21:13 PDT 2012
On 07/18/2012 11:26 AM, Andrew Perron wrote:
> On Jul 15, 8:26 pm, Scott Eiler <sei... at eilertech.com> wrote:
>> On Facebook, I have put "like" links on every page I've published since
>> 1954. The first three links resulted in separate Powernaut fan pages:
>> 1954, 1955, and 2005. Everything since then has linked to the Powernaut
>> 2005 page. So if you like Powernaut 1944, Powernaut 2005 gets the
>> credit. And people who like Powernaut 1955 are out of the loop if I
>> send out a Powernaut 2005 update. Too bad. Powernaut 1955 is still the
>> most popular. Powernaut 1954 is just a backwater now.
>> The Facebook Powernaut pages at least allow me to edit the face image.
>> So at least now when you get a Facebook notification, you'll know
>> whether it comes from 1954 (Classic), 1955 (PowerTeen), or 2005
>> (Modern). Those are the three I'd pick, at least until I get to
>> Powernaut 1968 or Powernaut 1992. Honestly I'd prefer one page, but I
>> don't see how to get that, or how to redirect any of the pages.
>> To complicate things, the Powernaut is now on Tumblr. I've set up the
>> page to look like Powernaut 1954 there, but its updates feed to Facebook
>> for Powernaut 1955. Don't ask me why.
>> Every time I publish a Powernaut comic now, I pimp it on Facebook as
>> Powernaut 2005, then share it as myself. Then I pimp it on Tumblr, and
>> it goes to Facebook as Powernaut 1955. Oh well, I guess it's working out.
> There's a very simple explanation for this: Fractal time. >.>v
> Andrew "NO .SIG MAN" "Juan" Perron, super simple!
heh. This theory also explains where my drugstore discount card went
when I was on vacation with it. It *seems* to have been in my wallet
all along, exactly where I was looking for it of course.
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