I signed up for Tumblr about the same time I signed up for Twitter three years ago. But basically I’ve just used the tumblelog for personal musings.
It’s another great platform for microblogging, including photos, videos and short text posts, and people can comment quickly, “liking” your post, as on Facebook, or “reblogging” it to others.
Now, Chris Cameron reports, larger news outlets are turning to Tumblr, too.
I like what the New Yorker is doing.
Life is posting what it does best, photographs, including updating the stories behind some of its classics. Elle is posting fashion shots off the runway and off the streets.
Others have created tumblelogs but don’t have any content. Can't wait to see what Rolling Stone does.
It’ll be interesting to follow these and see how Tumblr can fit into our personal role as reporters.
For more details and links, check out Business Insider’s report.
(Via Kevin O’Keefe on Twitter)