Twitter (@MikeRastiello) – This is my primary Twitter account. I talk about politics, movies, TV, music, plus articles and photos of things I find interesting.
Flickr – I love looking at the world through my camera. On Flickr you can conveniently look at the world I see through my lens through your computer screen.
Instagram – After a self-imposed exile after Facebook started doing shady things with Instagram I’m back. I’m not posting as much, but I really miss the pre-Facebook Instagram.
LinkedIn – Connect with me professionally, if that is your thing.
Tumblr– I don’t post here as often as I used to. Not a lot of thought goes into the things posted here, but I have fun.
Google+ – I actually really like Google+, but no one uses it.
Vimeo – This is my video portfolio. Some things I do for fun, some I do professionally. Most were done for both.
@Bronx_Bombers – I’m a huge Yankees fan, so I set up a Twitter account that pulls in feeds from several online news sources dedicated to the Yankees. Currently it has over 31,000 followers grown organically.
@JerseyDevils– I’m a also a huge Devils fan, so I set up a similar account for them. Currently it has over 11,000 followers.
I blog. Sometimes A Lot. Sometimes Not.
Mike From the Internet – I call this my grown-up blog. This is where I write about important adult stuff. And comic books. Mostly comic books.
Mike & Ali – This is the site where Ali and I documented the process of planning our wedding, married life after, and now building our new house in New Braunfels.
These Are Things That I Did, But Don’t Do Anymore.
Papyrus Everywhere – This is my tribute to one of the worst fonts in the world. It’s not really defunct, I just don’t post there very much any more.
Neighborhoodr: Houston, Texas – I was a contributing editor to the Houston, Texas neighborhood blog on Neighborhoodr. Then I moved out of Houston. It looks like the Neighborhoodr network has been abandoned by the managing editors as well.
Houston. Unfiltered. – This blog started as a blog I ran with my wife, Ali, about our adventures in Houston. Then I decided to turn it into a mobile photo blog dedicated to Houston. And then we moved out of Houston, so I shut it down.
YouTube – I used to be really into making silly videos and posting them online. I’m not doing that as much anymore, but every once in a while the bug bites me.
Mike is from the Internet.
He lives and works in Texas. Terms and Crap