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March 12, 2012

Posterous Joining Twitter Flock...Good luck on Posterous Island!

...as usual, most fucked up uninformative post EVER! Please ask them if they can also fire you immediately and take over employing cutting edge services like JS and CSS...Good luck on Posterous Island!--DOGMEAT
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Posterous is Joining the Flock at Twitter

Big news: Posterous has been acquired by Twitter!

The opportunities in front of Twitter are exciting, and we couldn’t be happier about bringing our team’s expertise to a product that reaches hundreds of millions of users around the globe. Plus, the people at Twitter are genuinely nice folks who share our vision for making sharing simpler.

Posterous Spaces will remain up and running without disruption. We’ll give users ample notice if we make any changes to the service. For users who would like to back up their content or move to another service, we’ll share clear instructions for doing so in the coming weeks.

You can find more information answers to other questions you may have here.

Finally, we’d like to offer thanks to all of our users, especially those who have been with Posterous since day one. The last four years have been an amazing journey. Your encouragement, praise and criticism have made us better.  Thanks for that. We look forward to building great things for you over at Twitter.

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about 5 hours ago Michael K. responded:
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I hope this means I will finally be able to monetize my blog with Google Adsense and more deeply integrate with my Twitter account. Congratulations! I love Posterous.
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Congratulations, guys!
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about 5 hours ago Jeff Miller responded:
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Wow. Congratulations?!
You guys must be freaking out.
I've been with you a long while - I hope this change empowers your incredible product team to do even more awesome stuff.
about 5 hours ago Myriam responded:
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Congrats!
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about 5 hours ago Mark David Zahn responded:
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Don't like the sound of this at all. Twitter ruined Tweetdeck. Better not happen to Posterous. I just spent a ton of time moving everything I had from Tumblr.
about 5 hours ago Fernando Lins responded:
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Congrats and good luck!
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about 5 hours ago Gregory responded:
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So they bought the team and your model, but in the same time shut down Posterous?! I hope not ..
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about 5 hours ago Yael Rozencwajg responded:
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This is what I call a rocking news guys ;)
Congrats to the teams!
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From 5 to 787 RT in what .... 1 min :)
about 5 hours ago J. Randal Matheny responded:
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Not good. Not at all. Twitter will be the death of Posterous. You had a good thing going and now you've ruined it.
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about 5 hours ago Señor Rolando responded:
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So long and thanks for all the fish.
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about 5 hours ago Martin Menu responded:
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Happy user since day 1, I'm feeling excited about this great news. Keep up the good work. Congratz team.
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about 5 hours ago Dmitry Kohmanyuk responded:
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so, the purpose of this acquisition was:
1) merge dev team
2) lower investor's risks
3) get customer data
4) ???
about 5 hours ago Joe Ross responded:
Joe Ross
I hope this isn't another one of Twitter's acquire and kill/ignore or dis-innovate maneuvers. See: TweetDeck
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about 5 hours ago Matt Seidel responded:
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Your FAQ is littered with "We’ll give you ample notice before any changes or disruptions to the service and we’ll provide specific instructions for exporting your content"

But you don't provide any clear dialog on the future of the service. Your FAQ makes it sound like you are shutting things down, but very indirectly. Can we get a more clear answer?

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about 5 hours ago Andrea Angquist responded:
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Wow- Congratulations! Such great news. I'm looking forward to hearing more about the transition later...
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about 5 hours ago kabads responded:
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Yep - things will almost certainly be closing down - we will give you good notice and clear instructions on how to migrate your data away - errm, what *should* I make of that?

Well, it was very good while it lasted.

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about 5 hours ago Ian Cummings responded:
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worries the hell out of me too - all those "we will give you notice" phrases are very unsettling.
about 5 hours ago Anthony Sbarro responded:
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Ugh, I've been so happy with this specific platform over others like it. So sad to see it go.
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about 5 hours ago Ronan Vance responded:
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Way to go. Keep delivering great service.
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Felicitaciones!
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about 4 hours ago j2labs (Twitter) responded:
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Does that mean posterous will become a bootstrap site now too?
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about 4 hours ago Aaron Richard responded:
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Matt Seidel: That's because they will shut things down.

They'll keep the servers running, but no one is going to be maintaing the site or really fixing bugs. They'll keep it running until a problem crops out that would require a lot of man hours to fix, and they'll just shut it down.

about 4 hours ago UCNCGOP responded:
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I approve
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about 4 hours ago eric responded:
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Don't like. I really liked the Posterous platform before the SPACES model emerged, and I thought the mobile services available for iPhone was a good direction for the platform. I have even considered purchasing the third-party iPad app Blogsy which supports blogging for Posterous, but I'm less likely to do so now. Thanks for offering the service while it lasted, and best of luck to all of you.
about 4 hours ago Alexander Ainslie (@AAinslie) responded:
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Congrats Sachin & TeamPosterous!
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about 4 hours ago Siv responded:
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I have my doubts about this.
Posterous has worked so well for me for years
about 4 hours ago Benjamin Villanueva responded:
Congratulations! This will greatly increase Twitter's clout, I think!
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about 4 hours ago Superstylin*™ responded:
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Congrats Posterous! ~ Proud user since 2009
about 4 hours ago Ian Cummings responded:
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This may sound odd because it's a free platform but I feel slightly betrayed by all this. I am happy for the Posterous guys, they get new stuff to play with and I don't' berudge them that, but I have an emotional investment in my blogging platform. I don't blog much and it's only for family, but it took me a long time to start and Posterous got me going. It's great to use and now it's just going to disappear and I'm left to sort out the mess.
This is the sort of thing that keep people away from startups and going to Blogger or wordpress cos they're going to be around in 5 years time.
Anyway, good luck guys, and thanks for all the fish.
about 4 hours ago Francois Guite responded:
What's all this pessimistic talk about Twitter ruining Posterous. I say let it be the other way around and hope you guys will improve Twitter. Congrats on your work and many thanks for the great service.
about 4 hours ago Leiza McArter responded:
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I'm worried as well. And to think I've been transferring some of my other blogs to this platform.
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I think this will increase Tweeter's clout since now we can post larger comments with more substance.
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about 4 hours ago brianjacob responded:
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Well Done. Use you guys for my personal blog, and have made two memorial tribute sites for lost loved ones. I'm thankful to you for memorializing them, and making it pretty easy to do.

Hopefully you all dont make to many crazy changes that affect existing blogs, only enhance them! I'm sure you know what to do!

Good luck, and Congrats again!

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Heartfelt congratulations! You've built a great thing!
about 4 hours ago Davar Fazaeli responded:
Couldn't be happier for you guys, stellar service, great guys, incredible vision. Great fit with Twitter :-)
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Congratulations!! Looking forward :-)
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about 4 hours ago Adam Rifkin responded:
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Congrats to Posterous!

PLEASE Twitter keep Posterous up and running well.

PRETTY PLEASE. With sugar on top.

about 4 hours ago Tony Sharp responded:
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Hopefully Spaces will just be integrated into Twitter somehow. But if Spaces are all together discontinued, that would really suck.
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about 4 hours ago Shibichakravarthy Kannan responded:
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Nice move guys. My best wishes to your new adventures with twitter
about 4 hours ago Dan Biddle responded:
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Congratulations to Twitter and the Posterous team, but I confess I share the general dread of the eventual 'sunsetting' or just plain breaking of the Posterous platform... Not peculiar to Twitter. Acquisition just seems to lead that way. Good luck everyone. (I wonder how many people are chucking the servers with back-ups and exports right now?)
about 4 hours ago traderw0nk0 responded:
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Some things in that announcement really sound like an impending "SHUT DOWN" notice. That would be very, very sad. I hope for some clarification soon!
about 3 hours ago Andy responded:
This is the exact reason that I did not put any type of important blog on Posterous. The concept is awesome, but in the back up my head since day one was that Posterous would eventual be bought out and shut down.

Users: Don't fool yourself, move your blogs to a major platform and use major platforms in the future to avoid this. (YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, WordPress, etc.)

Posterous Team: Although this sounds negative, I don't mean for it to be. You guys are absolutely amazing and made a great product. I am really happy you are going to Twitter to help make it even better. You deserve it!

p.s. I will help anyone move their blog to WordPress if you want.

about 3 hours ago Yvette responded:
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Well this stinks! Posterous is by far the best blogging platform and now I will be forced to find something else. And as of now, Posterous doesn't provide instructions on how to migrate to another platform ... not happy at all!
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about 3 hours ago John responded:
Never been a huge fan of twitter.. Glad i never took alot of time putting together anything serious on Posterous.. Twitter is very popular and well integrated into lots of things these days, but to me and lots of other people i know it really doesnt make alot of sense...

Posterous was onto something.. Hope the buyout doesnt change that.

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about 3 hours ago Vas responded:
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time to export to Tumblr or WordPress..Posterous days are numbered for sure, the writing is on the wall..
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about 3 hours ago Andrew Spooner responded:
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congrats, what you do here is fantastic. lets keep it a bit postly and not go all tee dot see oh. looking forward to seeing how it blends.
about 3 hours ago Mikah responded:
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I don´t like the sound of this and my feelings about this are divided:

1.- Congratulations, if this means that you guys in the dev team are getting a better deal and more money, then I´m happy for you.

2.- If this means that Posterous is going to go away then I´m just sad, this is an EXCELENT AND OUTSTANDING SERVICE and I don´t want to see it go.

Anyway, looking forward to see you guys stand for your core user base.

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about 3 hours ago Professor Crabwise Stabbington responded:
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Check out http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-03-12/twitter-acquires-posterous-adding-st...>"“Today we are welcoming a very talented group from Posterous to Twitter,” San Francisco-based Twitter said in a blog posting. “This team has built an innovative product that makes sharing across the Web and mobile devices simple -- a goal we share.”"

The verbiage chosen is VERY careful to not mention the future of posterous itself. That means that they don't know what to do with it, and/or don't want it, or have already made a decision to ditch it, and they're just going to let it die.

I'm sad - because I love this service, and how stupidly easy it's made maintaining a blog. I've been looking forward to the day when I could actually fork over money for a premium membership to help ensure that the lights stayed on. I've worked for small companies and consulted at start-ups, and I know that it's a brutal uphill battle, and there's no guarantee that a service, no matter how great, will survive. But if this is it, man... guys... just be honest and say "Look, it was a great run - we tried hard to make it work, and we appreciate everyone's support, but we had to make the hard choice to keep food on the table, and bailing on posterous to go work at twitter was the only real choice". I can get that, and any reasonable person reading that would have been down with it too.

If you're not shuttering the service... man, I think you need to clarify things a bit. And if you are, just be straight with us. I'll buy you a drink if I see any of you guys out in SOMA, and thank you for the years you did give us.

about 3 hours ago Cleve Gray responded:
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I am worried. I chose to use Posterous over Twitter and Facebook because of its robust privacy settings, clean interface and ease of use. Facebook and Twitter are design nightmares and lack the compartmentalization that is so attractive with Posterous. I am crossing my fingers that my favored platform will remain "the easiest way to share safely online."
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about 3 hours ago Jack Lewis responded:
Dear Sir/Madam:

I volunteer my work for non-profit organization in organizing their website. Late last year, I had made the recommendation to them in migrating their current website to Posterous and I was in the final stages of migration (including domain name transfer).

I've learned the news of the acquisition today. From your statements in the FAQ, I am seriously questioning that whether Posterous is in for the long term, and that migrating the organization's website is a serious risk in future service disruptions. (Statement such as "for users who would like to back up their content or move to another service" is not a sound of confidence to me.)

As a result, I am recommending to the organization of placing the website migration plan on hold.

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about 3 hours ago bolosrewu responded:
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great
about 3 hours ago Mike Moorhouse responded:
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It would help if there was an announcement of future plans. I had signed up and stated to move from another service......I have decided to stop that process.
about 3 hours ago Ronnie Soo responded:
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I've been a fan of this platform since discovering it two years ago and I must conclude, reluctantly, that this is the end. I'll continue to use it for as long as it remains viable, but as they are already telling us they will provide clear direction on how to move our content, it's obvious that it's on its way out.
A great shame, Posterous made things so much easier for those of us who like to blog regularly and share content as widely as possible.
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Congrats...Keep up the great work....I thank you for giving me a home to showcase my work...Continued Blessings.
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about 3 hours ago Sol responded:
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Mazel tov. What changes will we notice as a result?
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about 3 hours ago Todo Sibuea responded:
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I don't know what to say about this. I don't even know whether I should be happy or sad. Twitter is way too different from Posterous. I really hope this acquisition will not change the fundamentals of sharing as defined by Posterous for the last 4 years. Sachin and guys at Posterous, you are amazing.
about 3 hours ago Jon Brady responded:
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It's been nice blogging with you all.
about 2 hours ago Mauricio responded:
Annnd that's a wrap for Posterous.

This is your "ample time notice" guys. Get cracking on "exporting your content"...

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about 2 hours ago Randall Todd responded:
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It was nice while it lasted.
about 2 hours ago Adam Zaatri responded:
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Used it for a school group work comunity, now we have to shut down?
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about 2 hours ago Steve Heap responded:
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LAME!!!!! Another example of good things go-in' bad!
about 2 hours ago Glamnt responded:
No pun intended but, I guess we're now living in a Post Twitter era.
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about 2 hours ago Chris Fry responded:
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Early days, but it makes me nervous. My students were/are really getting into using posterous to create on-going public portfolios of their work. Where do we go from here? I want my students to be able to send the recordings of themselves speaking English somewhere that they can send their written work to, too. Any suggestions?
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about 2 hours ago John Lusher responded:
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It will be interesting to see what happens to say the least. I hope Posterous does not get shut down or changed drastically.
about 2 hours ago César Navarro responded:
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It means longer tweets?
about 2 hours ago jeanlebon responded:
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Consolidation.
about 2 hours ago Mr. Shiva responded:
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I hope this means that you fix the commenting system and that you allow anonymous comments
about 2 hours ago nutopia responded:
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Congratulations! You got your BIG exit! You built a great blogging platform that millions of people use and now you're about to kill it. I don't begrudge you taking the money, but years from now, Posterous will be just another footnote in Internet history. It could have been so much more.
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about 2 hours ago John Lusher responded:
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So my question to the Posterous users is this; what platform will you move to now? Tumblr? Wordpress? Something other?
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about 2 hours ago Joe Buhler responded:
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Good for you guys. Will result in a few more millionaires being created, I guess. Hope you don't end up like Gowalla........
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about 1 hour ago TS Bray responded:
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Happy, but worried at the same time. The rumor mill is suggesting that Twitter is really hiring the engineers and tech people and not the product. I sincerely hope that the blogging will continue.
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about 1 hour ago Adelwyn Holder responded:
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Please, please, don't let Twitter shit on Posterous, like they did with Tweetdeck. Posterous is a great service and I would like it to remain that way. If Twitter feels differently, I'll be looking to head somewhere else :(
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about 1 hour ago andrew bacon responded:
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yep.. i'm going to start my migration. huge bummer.. just got good with posterous and had come over from blogger and now will probably head back to it or to wordpress. don't kid yourselves.. twitter (which i don't really enjoy) is all about acquisition and growth, not the consumer and especially NOT the posterous users. thanks for the run, posterous. and way to sell out to the man. you had a great thing going.
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about 1 hour ago Hussam Zain responded:
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I Am Proud To Be A Member Of Posterous Family Since Aug 1, 2009
Good Luck Posterous Team

Hussam Zain
http://hussamzain.posterous.com

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about 1 hour ago Tanner Powell responded:
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Congratulations, guys.

So much for my little music blog...

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as usual, most fucked up uninformative post EVER! Please ask them if they can also fire you immediately and take over employing cutting edge services like js and css...good luck on Posterous Island!
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