Nat S Ford (natf) wrote,
Nat S Ford
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Yet another new twitter & LJ account

Yesterday I started a new twitter (and livejournal) account for the boring health and medication tracking tweets. If you want to follow it, PM or email me or comment here for details. Neither are closed or protected accounts but I would rather not advertise them by following them myself. The new twitter account ships to the new LJ account every day using LoudTwitter and will hopefully mean the tweets shipped to this LJ by Twittenesis are more interesting and bloggish having moved the "I took some paracetamol" posts (so that I know what time I took them so as not to overdose, for example) elsewhere.

I know many people find twitter posts on LJ annoying and boring but there is some content that I tweet tweet to the natalief account (and that gets shipped to this LJ) that I personally find interesting - sometimes about me and, more often, about other subjects (e.g. links) - and that I tweet so that people might find out about these interesting things. I would like to concentrate on that more in the natalief Twitter and LJ relationship.

TL;DR1: If you would like to know and follow my health and medication twitter and/or livejournal, let me know and I will give you the account names.

This has been a public service announcement that some of you may even have found interesting.


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Tags: heath, livejournal, medication, twitter
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