So it will post to Facebook without your permission?
It is good to see that somebody made an implementation for this, but it might be hard to get people to post information to this service instead of/in addition to Google+/Twitter.
So as Subjot's cofounder, I still love Twitter and plan to continue to use it to broadcast my thoughts... particularly ones I'm not looking to have a conversation about.
In addition to "substreams" (probably the defining feature) & comments, Subjot interestingly keeps a posting length limit (250 characters).
As Google+ demonstrates (IMVHO, of course), _some_ limit actually is a good thing in terms of scannability, "follow cost" &c.
Those newspaper folks didn't invent the lead for nothing.
The reason we ditched it, is because Subjot is a network effect product. It's WAY better if you can find some friends already using it, which was far more likely for a user if they signed in with Twitter/FB rather than had the option to do that later in the process.
Subjot is still small and in "private beta" in the true sense of the word (we didn't expect the internet to find us yet) so you may still not have any friends using it but some people do!
It's an ideal concept to sort various different interests of a single person interest into separate containers based on target audience. I think Google+ came close but their naming policy sucks. I wish they'd allow different identity/per-Circle, which could help resolve this issue. But in perspective, I should be able to target my audience based on their interest as I know best and vice-versa. Twitter is totally ineffective here to most degree.