I've signed up for the "Loud Twitter" service- it will start posting my day's Twitter activities each night around midnight. I wasn't planning on doing that, since metalcrowe and I had a conversation not too long ago about what I felt my different uses for Twitter would be, compared to my Livejournal. And I thought that if anyone was interested in reading what I had to say on Twitter, they could get to that on their own. But Livejournal has a calendar/archive system that I use for myself. Sometimes I forget that past a couple of days, the main reader of this journal is me. I frequently go back to the archive to see what I was doing on a certain day, or to figure out when exactly something happened. And I realized that I would like to have my . . . "tweets" . . . in my personal records, no matter how trivial.
I'm sure that no one is particularly interested in this explanation for the addition of one small entry on their friendspage each day, but hey . . . in a few years, I might find it interesting. Maybe.