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Being Anti-Social
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<p><strong>May 6, 2010</strong>. Some of you probably found out about One Page Per Day from various kinds of social media (Facebook, Twitter, Stumbleupon, etc.) One Page Per Day has an approach that is far more anti-social. The glimpses are anonymous, and most of our writers choose to use One Page Per Day for their own, private writing and don't publish any of it to the glimpses page.</p> <p>The goal of the glimpses page is to let writers share exactly as much as they want while keeping it about the writing, not about the author. Sometimes we feel like sharing a page, other times we feel like keeping it private.</p> <p>So we are fairly strongly against the idea of every site becoming some sort of social network, but on the other hand people are social creatures and there are some real benefits to spreading the word about interesting things via social media sites</p> <p>So we've decided to place exactly one Facebook Like button on One Page Per Day... we're placing it here, in this blog post only. If you like this site and wish to share it with your Facebook friends, we invite you to click the like button. If not, then we invite you to ignore it.</p> <p>Here it is:<br/> <iframe src="" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" style="border:none; overflow:hidden; width:450px;" allowTransparency="true"></iframe> </p> <p> Why tell other writers about One Page Per Day? Well, if only because it may help them accomplish their writing goals, and it may be enjoyable for all of us to read the occasional glimpse of their writing. </p>

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