I'm finally realizing that Tumblr is going to have to be my alternative to Posterous. I can only hope that Tumblr's recent acquisition by Yahoo will be a positive. Hopefully Yahoo is tired of being a distant #2 and won't mess Tumblr up like Twitter did Posterous.
What I do wonder is why there doesn't seem to be much clear information out there about Tumblr. Myself....I always found it kinda confusing. I never had confidence in navigating around it and I got tired of see weird shit on what I thought was MY blog every time I logged in.
I asked Letitia to tell me about her work, which she does in the first part of the video. I then asked her to tell me a story about the difference Canine Colors has made to a client. She responded by telling me the story in the second part of the video.
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