It has no bells and whistles of any kind: no comments, no social media widgets, no RSS, no sidebar, no nothing — except for my text and photos. The only distinguishing factor is a complete absence of advertisements, which is once again a conscious decision on my part — a personality quirk, I suppose.In 2010, I started writing for Pajamas Media, a burgeoning news portal with a large stable of well-known authors and pundits.
I was thinking of giving it a few weeks and if it doesn’t come up, to say something along the lines of “Since we’re exclusive now does that mean I should take my profile down?” versus “I’ve noticed you still have your profile up, are you dating other people?If he asks then I tell him, “you let me know when we’re exclusive and I’ll take it down”.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.In theory, I had cross-post PJM photo essays at zombietime, the version posted at zombietime will sometimes have slightly larger photos, will all be on one page (instead of broken up into several pages), and will be ad-free and distraction-free — so many readers still consider the zombietime version (if there is one) as the “official” version of any zombie post.
Since 2010, everything that’s appeared at zombietime has also simultaneously appeared at PJM.
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More importantly, you’ll never have to have this “what should I do” feeling ever again. Ah yes, the dreaded “when do I take my profile down” decision. I leave it up and let the guy question me if he finds it.
As such, it now generally serves the same function that zombietime at PJM, with only the occasional photo essay, whereas zombietime was somewhat more photographically oriented.
As I said above, my original intention was to re-post on zombietime each and every single PJM essay, but I’m always too busy to keep that promise.
Which leads us to my next two primary venues which, if you want to keep tabs on my output, you’ll really need to bookmark: 3.