21:48 Vicariously Eurovisioning. #Automatically shipped by LoudTwitter
Edit: ...and I think I'll turn off LoudTwitter again now. I thought it'd annoy people when they were still sending tweets to phones, because anyone on twitter would see the same messages at least twice. When they stopped sending to phones it seemed like a much better idea. But now it seems like lots more people are following Twitter at the webpage, so sending them to LJ seems redundant again.
I might turn it back on the next time I'm travelling, though. My travelling tweets are usually a bit more interesting than my stationary ones, and it's likely there'll be more of them in a day, so together they're more like an actual post with, y'know, actual content. So there seems more justification in sending them to LJ. And I enjoy the LoudTwitter digests of people out doing stuff - exploring strange places, or doing 140-character gig reviews from Down The Front.
What do you think? Do you always hate LoudTwitter like poison? Or does it make a difference how contentful the posts are?