Every now and again I receive emails from twitter that someone has mentioned me or one of these blog posts, and I get slightly ashamed that I’ve never embraced the platform.
It happened again the other day when there was a small series of tweets about the post I did on DAISY to EPUB migration. While those messages didn’t call for a response, I feel bad that people might think I’m actively following twitter and snubbing them.
I’m not even sure if my lack of activity betrays that I don’t actively use the platform, either, as lurkers seem to outnumber posters.
This, then, is my apology in advance for all future transgressions in the twitterverse.
FYI, some other ways you can find me:
- For EPUB problems, please use the IDPF forums. I get alerted whenever a new post goes up, and do my best to respond whenever I have something meaningful to say.
- For general enquiries, see the consulting page on this site. You can use that email even if the email isn’t about consulting, but please don’t send validation errors and questions better posed in the forums.
Of course, so long as I have that twitter account you can try me there, but beware my mail filtering of twitter-generated emails!