So I can see all my five year old posts at a glance.
As I begin to transition up to the smartphone era, I may be getting back to Twitter. Now that I'm back to a fulltime job, my smartphone will probably get significantly more usage time than before, and I'll need to find new ways to be informed about current events as I can't use RSS feeds here (I've used this since 2009 to keep me up to date, and I have no fewer than 70 on my main computer).
I have had worse experiences there when I was active five years ago with more spam accounts following my twitter than there were actual ones; however, there's probably a better chance of people noticing content there (with mentions / tags / media) than on this blog, which actually takes me longer to write these posts than the total time people spent reading them, so it's probably worth another go.
Unlike the past, twitter posts will now focus more towards what (and who) I care about as well as topics that interest me the most.
Now my next goal is to figure out what to start posting on a regular basis...
- Wipe old posts that were more intended to be towards closer hs-era friends
- Unfollow inactive, empty, or
spammycompromised accounts (may be archived to list if I need to refer back to it later)
- Like any posts that interests me, based on my following list (or accounts I have viewed) - this is approximate due to searching for various keywords for each person I was following, and I might miss posts that I might otherwise like. I won't hesitate to like posts retroactively (up to a max of two years). No retweets will be done during this time.
- Create private lists, add people to list, and unprotect the list (accounts are not notified they were added during this phase)
- Unprotect Twitter (most follower requests will be accepted). I may or may not have recent posts up for a short period of time after this happens.
- Follow a lot more people. My twitter suggestions list is bad enough that I wouldn't follow a single one there, so I'll figure out who to follow manually - this might take some time. Most sites and people whose posts I'm currently reading on a regular basis (via RSS) are also followed if possible. They might be added to a list instead if they don't fit who people expect me to follow, or they consistently occupy too much or too little of my main timeline.