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Some of you may be wondering: What happened to zombietime? What’s the difference between zombietime and zomblog? • Facebook • Twitter • Flickr …or any other similar sites.And why does zombie sometimes write essays and posts that appear elsewhere, but not here? I probably should have written this post long ago, but I’ve never been good at promoting myself or at using “social media.” Better late than never, I suppose. Each of my four primary venues serves a different purpose, and so, for the first time ever, I’ll explain what each is for: 1. Because I’m disorganized and always short of time, that’s why not!That distinction remains pretty much true to this day: big reports go on zombietime, and small reports go on zomblog.But it’s also possible to bookmark a stream of just a single Tatler author’s posts — so this link will give to always make a Tatler post notifying the world of any new major essay I publish at my main PJM column, but just as at zomblog, I frequently fall down on the job and forget to do so.As a result, I usually have two distinct content-streams going on at the Pajamas Media domain — larger posts at my PJM column, and shorter posts at the Tatler.
I planned to occasionally post zombietime-only “exclusives” that appear here and nowhere else, but once again the shortness of free blogging time and the general disorganization has prevented that from happening.I be cross-posting everything everywhere, for maximum exposure? Besides which, PJM has a much larger Web footprint than zombietime, and PJM is indexed by Google News and other search engines, and as a result my work can reach a much wider audience through PJM than it could on just my own one-person site. My posts at PJM’s group blog called “The Tatler” are where I make short, quippy observations about current events.