@MitchWagner For me, each platform has a different audience, in part based on my personal history on each platform: most of my Facebook friends are people I initially met offline and are people who know (or have known) me "in person." Twitter is mostly strangers that I either follow for information, for humor, or because of common interests. In both cases, there are people who don't fit those roles, but it's a good shorthand. So my Facebook posts tend to be much fewer and more personal. Twitter is my default place to post. Micro.blog started for me as mostly "where I write blog posts I want to tweet." It does that very well, but… as I find people to follow here, Micro.blog wants to become something more to me (but I don't completely know what that is, or whether I have enough to write about to make it more).