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No more thinking that I can find a livejournal entry again. If I find something that looks like the person will continue posting interesting stuff, I will friend them and get it over with.

Not that I didn't have a good time this morning, trying to find the interesting entry again, but was I successful? No. Did I find more distracting things? Yes. Was this a beneficial and wise use of my time? Yes and No respectively.

For someone with a magpie interest in nearly everything, livejournal is torture - it is just not possible to read everything. Oooof.
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Okay.  Intrigued by Esmeralduseseseses's new quiz find, I too am a Princess Leia, but with an embarassingly high Jar Jar Binks quotient.  Argh.

Here is me, for the very first time ever, taking the code they provide and pasting it in.  Wish me luck.

EDIT  - that didn't work.  Now just copying & pasting the pic & results.

EDITING THE EDIT - put it behind a cut.

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So, for a personal record, this is good.  As a soapboxing tool, also.  But the ability to view a friend's friends page, and then view the journal of someone found there, and then *their* friends page - my word: a fairly quick way to discover interesting things that one would never think to look up oneself.


Aug. 7th, 2007 09:05 pm
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This friending thing is weird.

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So, posting is simple, and selecting a journal facade is simple.  Finding other people or other communities is a little bit clunky, and being able to keep tabs on a community without joining is - well, I really don't understand how to do it, or if I've actually done it, or what.  Also, the amount of information presented to the public seems to be based on the facade chosen.  And blah blah blah.

As an alternative to a paper journal, it is good.

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Here we are experimenting with the edge of the age-barrier.  Can I learn how to use a blog, and will it actually serve any need that I might have.  Question mark.


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