We thought we’d use this lazy Sunday to point out a few “extras” on and around kokokara that are new and/or new to you. So excuse this decidedly not-home-related post, but hopefully it’ll help us get to know you guys a little better and vice versa.
1. Gravatars: We finally enabled gravatars, which explains the little pictures you’ve started seeing next to certain comments. A gravatar (i.e. globally recognized avatar) is a picture you assign to your e-mail address so that picture of you (or whatever image you prefer) shows up when you post on certain blogs or forums. You can set one up for free. Hopefully that’ll help us put more faces to names… or at least put pictures of dogs, kids, favorite flowers, etc to names.
2. Twitter: If you’ve noticed the “Tweet Nothings” widget on our sidebar, then you probably already know that we’re on Twitter. I’m the primary tweeter between the two of us, using it to share tidbits that aren’t quite full-post-worthy and keeping you updated when we’re on the move (like if we’ve just spotted a new deal while out shopping). We’d love to mutually follow more of you, so check us out and click “follow” under our picture. No clue what Twitter is? to get you started.
3. Facebook: Many of you know we’ve also got a Facebook Fan Page, but for those who don’t, you can find us . We love having a chance to get to know you a little better through Facebook, we totally appreciate you wearing us proudly on your profile for all to see. Speaking of which, if there’s ever a specific post that you want to share on Facebook (or via email) you can do it easily by using the “Share This” button that you see at the bottom of each post. We promise not to SuperPoke you in return. And if you’re really digging one of our posts, you can Digg it or Stumble Upon it using the “Share This” button as well- which would really mean a lot (and let us know what you guys love so we can give you more of that).
So that’s our dose of technical miscellany for the weekend. Hopefully we’ll be connecting with more of you soon. Plus, if you have any tips on the techie tools above, or suggestions for other little blog extras, we’d definitely love to hear ’em!