I post weekdays to Twitter pretty regularly at twitter.com/disquiet, and I take the weekends off, because it’s good for my brain. If you mute assiduously and pace yourself, you can still maintain a pretty good early-Twitter experience. Twitter is, in many ways, my public notebook. I aspire to Disquiet.com being more draft-like, but the immediacy of Twitter better suits, for me, both brief observations and the iterative development of a sequence of thoughts.
I also post to Instagram at instagram.com/dsqt with some regularity.
I’m on SoundCloud at soundcloud.com/disquiet. Frustratingly, SoundCloud caps the number of accounts you can follow at about 2,000 (I’ve managed 2,003 for some reason), so I keep bookmarks of accounts I want to check back on. It remains the hub of the Disquiet Junto music community, though folks do post elsewhere.
I’m on Bandcamp at bandcamp.com/disquiet. The social listening component of Bandcamp is helpful. It’s no Rdio, but it works pretty well.
The main message board where I participate is Lines, or llllllll.co. It’s music-focused, with an emphasis, for my use, at least, on the intersection of experimentation, open source, hardware, software, composition, and performance.
I’m on GitHub at github.com/disquiet. Since my computer programming stalled a year out of high school, it’s not like I actually post anything, but I follow a lot of cool music-coding projects.
I’m on Reddit at reddit.com/user/dsqt. I’m not particularly active there, but I keep an eye on it, and post occasionally.
I’m on Facebook, but it’s mostly friends/personal, and as with Twitter, I take the weekends off.
And there is a Slack for Disquiet Junto music community participants. Instructions to join appear in each Junto project post, every Thursday.
I think that covers it.