Interaction Design and posterous-ed feelings

Ok, this is more of a pathetic test post to make a point. Posterous seemingly has broken various implicit contracts with me and other users, and while I normally would have used their services for my little video earmarking and microblogging I thought it’s an idea to see if a regular blog post can do it as well … and sure it can (minus the autoposting to tumblr etc.), so┬ábasically I think we don’t need posterous at all, every blogger has everything he needs at his hands. And while they’ve done a lot right in terms of buttons and handles, they failed big in feel.

But then again, everybody is busy checking out business model innovations, huh? So I may not be offended for that long, even when they really should have told their users before.

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