change is good?

24 06 2011

I’d like to run a proposal by y’all.

LiveJournal is annoying me on several levels. I’ve been using it for ten years now, and the quality of service has been steadily dropping. Can’t embed media I want to embed. Can’t stick a comment thread right into my story page itself. Have to use a fairly crazy javascript hack just to get my blog in general on the anachronauts page. And above all… it’s being constantly DDOSed by the russian mafia or whoever dislikes it today on an international level.

What I’m considering is a migration to Tumblr and Disqus, tied together.

Advantages:
* Tumblr is a hot social network right now, and Disquis is a common forum system. People can share my Tumblr blog posts easily, and plenty of readers probably also have Tumblr or Disqus accounts.
* Both are easily embeddable; I can stick a discussion thread right on the story page, and have the SAME thread be shared with the relevant Tumblr post. Folks can easily comment without leaving the site, or they can comment from Tumblr itself.
* On top of all that, I don’t HAVE to dump Livejournal; I just mirror my posts over here, for my fans who prefer it, with a link off to the Tumblr page for comments.
* Finally… I might get more feedback this way. I have way more hits to the site than I have posts in the LiveJournal and I’m wondering if LJ’s format, technical problems, and lack of embedded commenting is the culprit.

Disadvantages:
* You couldn’t post with your LiveJournal account. You’d have to post anonymously — although you can put your name in, which you can’t do when anonymously posting here. You’d still have an identity. I’d know Jen is my sister, etc.
* It’s kind of a pain to crosspost to LiveJournal each time I update. But I crosspost to Twitter and Facebook already, so what’s one more if it means my LJ based fans can still track me?
* It might not get me any more comments than I’m already getting. Maybe the silent masses aren’t silent because they hate LiveJournal, they’re just silent because they’re silent.

So… I’m not sure. Since the folks who read this blog are my most diehard readers, I toss it open to you. Would you be amicable to this change? Would you dislike it? Am I overlooking something important? I’m open to any and all feedback. Thanks.

New story content monday, I think.

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375 responses

25 06 2011
shadrad

I don’t read tumblrs or blogspots, but that may just be me, they are apparently successful! Personally, If you do migrate over, I’d like it if you mirrored posts here, since that’s probably the only way I’d end up reading them.
I just don’t comment often :( or ever. But I do read!

25 06 2011
shadrad

I don’t read tumblrs or blogspots, but that may just be me, they are apparently successful! Personally, If you do migrate over, I’d like it if you mirrored posts here, since that’s probably the only way I’d end up reading them.

I just don’t comment often :( or ever. But I do read!

25 06 2011
shadrad

I don’t read tumblrs or blogspots, but that may just be me, they are apparently successful! Personally, If you do migrate over, I’d like it if you mirrored posts here, since that’s probably the only way I’d end up reading them.

I just don’t comment often :( or ever. But I do read!

25 06 2011
shadrad

I don’t read tumblrs or blogspots, but that may just be me, they are apparently successful! Personally, If you do migrate over, I’d like it if you mirrored posts here, since that’s probably the only way I’d end up reading them.

I just don’t comment often :( or ever. But I do read!

25 06 2011
shadrad

I don’t read tumblrs or blogspots, but that may just be me, they are apparently successful! Personally, If you do migrate over, I’d like it if you mirrored posts here, since that’s probably the only way I’d end up reading them.
I just don’t comment often :( or ever. But I do read!

25 06 2011
shadrad

I don’t read tumblrs or blogspots, but that may just be me, they are apparently successful! Personally, If you do migrate over, I’d like it if you mirrored posts here, since that’s probably the only way I’d end up reading them.

I just don’t comment often :( or ever. But I do read!

25 06 2011
shadrad

I don’t read tumblrs or blogspots, but that may just be me, they are apparently successful! Personally, If you do migrate over, I’d like it if you mirrored posts here, since that’s probably the only way I’d end up reading them.

I just don’t comment often :( or ever. But I do read!

25 06 2011
shadrad

I don’t read tumblrs or blogspots, but that may just be me, they are apparently successful! Personally, If you do migrate over, I’d like it if you mirrored posts here, since that’s probably the only way I’d end up reading them.

I just don’t comment often :( or ever. But I do read!

25 06 2011
shadrad

I don’t read tumblrs or blogspots, but that may just be me, they are apparently successful! Personally, If you do migrate over, I’d like it if you mirrored posts here, since that’s probably the only way I’d end up reading them.

I just don’t comment often :( or ever. But I do read!

25 06 2011
shadrad

I don’t read tumblrs or blogspots, but that may just be me, they are apparently successful! Personally, If you do migrate over, I’d like it if you mirrored posts here, since that’s probably the only way I’d end up reading them.

I just don’t comment often :( or ever. But I do read!

25 06 2011
cmdr_zoom

Please don’t go.
The drones need you.
They look up to you.

25 06 2011
cmdr_zoom

Please don’t go.
The drones need you.
They look up to you.

25 06 2011
cmdr_zoom

Please don’t go.
The drones need you.
They look up to you.

25 06 2011
cmdr_zoom

Please don’t go.
The drones need you.
They look up to you.

25 06 2011
cmdr_zoom

Please don’t go.
The drones need you.
They look up to you.

25 06 2011
cmdr_zoom

Please don’t go.
The drones need you.
They look up to you.

25 06 2011
cmdr_zoom

Please don’t go.
The drones need you.
They look up to you.

25 06 2011
cmdr_zoom

Please don’t go.
The drones need you.
They look up to you.

25 06 2011
cmdr_zoom

Please don’t go.
The drones need you.
They look up to you.

25 06 2011
cmdr_zoom

Please don’t go.
The drones need you.
They look up to you.

25 06 2011
cmdr_zoom

Please don’t go.
The drones need you.
They look up to you.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

As noted, I’m not going to dump Livejournal; if I do this I’d mirror my posts, and they’d still appear in your friends list. The only difference would be you’d post feedback in the Disqus thread instead of the LJ thread.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

As noted, I’m not going to dump Livejournal; if I do this I’d mirror my posts, and they’d still appear in your friends list. The only difference would be you’d post feedback in the Disqus thread instead of the LJ thread.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

As noted, I’m not going to dump Livejournal; if I do this I’d mirror my posts, and they’d still appear in your friends list. The only difference would be you’d post feedback in the Disqus thread instead of the LJ thread.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

As noted, I’m not going to dump Livejournal; if I do this I’d mirror my posts, and they’d still appear in your friends list. The only difference would be you’d post feedback in the Disqus thread instead of the LJ thread.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

As noted, I’m not going to dump Livejournal; if I do this I’d mirror my posts, and they’d still appear in your friends list. The only difference would be you’d post feedback in the Disqus thread instead of the LJ thread.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

As noted, I’m not going to dump Livejournal; if I do this I’d mirror my posts, and they’d still appear in your friends list. The only difference would be you’d post feedback in the Disqus thread instead of the LJ thread.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

As noted, I’m not going to dump Livejournal; if I do this I’d mirror my posts, and they’d still appear in your friends list. The only difference would be you’d post feedback in the Disqus thread instead of the LJ thread.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

As noted, I’m not going to dump Livejournal; if I do this I’d mirror my posts, and they’d still appear in your friends list. The only difference would be you’d post feedback in the Disqus thread instead of the LJ thread.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

As noted, I’m not going to dump Livejournal; if I do this I’d mirror my posts, and they’d still appear in your friends list. The only difference would be you’d post feedback in the Disqus thread instead of the LJ thread.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

As noted, I’m not going to dump Livejournal; if I do this I’d mirror my posts, and they’d still appear in your friends list. The only difference would be you’d post feedback in the Disqus thread instead of the LJ thread.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

As noted, I’m not going to dump Livejournal; if I do this I’d mirror my posts, and they’d still appear in your friends list. The only difference would be you’d post feedback in the Disqus thread instead of the LJ thread.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

As noted, I’m not going to dump Livejournal; if I do this I’d mirror my posts, and they’d still appear in your friends list. The only difference would be you’d post feedback in the Disqus thread instead of the LJ thread.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I will be mirroring them, yes. Only difference is the way people leave comments — and some additional routes into the blog itself.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I will be mirroring them, yes. Only difference is the way people leave comments — and some additional routes into the blog itself.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I will be mirroring them, yes. Only difference is the way people leave comments — and some additional routes into the blog itself.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I will be mirroring them, yes. Only difference is the way people leave comments — and some additional routes into the blog itself.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I will be mirroring them, yes. Only difference is the way people leave comments — and some additional routes into the blog itself.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I will be mirroring them, yes. Only difference is the way people leave comments — and some additional routes into the blog itself.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I will be mirroring them, yes. Only difference is the way people leave comments — and some additional routes into the blog itself.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I will be mirroring them, yes. Only difference is the way people leave comments — and some additional routes into the blog itself.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I will be mirroring them, yes. Only difference is the way people leave comments — and some additional routes into the blog itself.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I will be mirroring them, yes. Only difference is the way people leave comments — and some additional routes into the blog itself.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I will be mirroring them, yes. Only difference is the way people leave comments — and some additional routes into the blog itself.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I will be mirroring them, yes. Only difference is the way people leave comments — and some additional routes into the blog itself.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I will be mirroring them, yes. Only difference is the way people leave comments — and some additional routes into the blog itself.

25 06 2011
luridel

I kind of like being able to find most of the discussion in one place (ie. here), but maybe I’m the only one? I think I prefer LJ. Tumblr is all well and good if you want to use it to link to updates like you do on Facebook, but it’s really a pain in the ass to comment with, and I’m not super-familiar with Disqus.
I also dislike the idea of having discussion threads embedded in the story page, period. It’s distracting from the story itself, and also you post chapters in segments, so there’ll generally be multiple discussion threads per chapter, the contents of which may have spoilers for various parts of the story… eh.

25 06 2011
luridel

I kind of like being able to find most of the discussion in one place (ie. here), but maybe I’m the only one? I think I prefer LJ. Tumblr is all well and good if you want to use it to link to updates like you do on Facebook, but it’s really a pain in the ass to comment with, and I’m not super-familiar with Disqus.

I also dislike the idea of having discussion threads embedded in the story page, period. It’s distracting from the story itself, and also you post chapters in segments, so there’ll generally be multiple discussion threads per chapter, the contents of which may have spoilers for various parts of the story… eh.

25 06 2011
luridel

I kind of like being able to find most of the discussion in one place (ie. here), but maybe I’m the only one? I think I prefer LJ. Tumblr is all well and good if you want to use it to link to updates like you do on Facebook, but it’s really a pain in the ass to comment with, and I’m not super-familiar with Disqus.

I also dislike the idea of having discussion threads embedded in the story page, period. It’s distracting from the story itself, and also you post chapters in segments, so there’ll generally be multiple discussion threads per chapter, the contents of which may have spoilers for various parts of the story… eh.

25 06 2011
luridel

I kind of like being able to find most of the discussion in one place (ie. here), but maybe I’m the only one? I think I prefer LJ. Tumblr is all well and good if you want to use it to link to updates like you do on Facebook, but it’s really a pain in the ass to comment with, and I’m not super-familiar with Disqus.

I also dislike the idea of having discussion threads embedded in the story page, period. It’s distracting from the story itself, and also you post chapters in segments, so there’ll generally be multiple discussion threads per chapter, the contents of which may have spoilers for various parts of the story… eh.

25 06 2011
luridel

I kind of like being able to find most of the discussion in one place (ie. here), but maybe I’m the only one? I think I prefer LJ. Tumblr is all well and good if you want to use it to link to updates like you do on Facebook, but it’s really a pain in the ass to comment with, and I’m not super-familiar with Disqus.
I also dislike the idea of having discussion threads embedded in the story page, period. It’s distracting from the story itself, and also you post chapters in segments, so there’ll generally be multiple discussion threads per chapter, the contents of which may have spoilers for various parts of the story… eh.

25 06 2011
luridel

I kind of like being able to find most of the discussion in one place (ie. here), but maybe I’m the only one? I think I prefer LJ. Tumblr is all well and good if you want to use it to link to updates like you do on Facebook, but it’s really a pain in the ass to comment with, and I’m not super-familiar with Disqus.

I also dislike the idea of having discussion threads embedded in the story page, period. It’s distracting from the story itself, and also you post chapters in segments, so there’ll generally be multiple discussion threads per chapter, the contents of which may have spoilers for various parts of the story… eh.

25 06 2011
luridel

I kind of like being able to find most of the discussion in one place (ie. here), but maybe I’m the only one? I think I prefer LJ. Tumblr is all well and good if you want to use it to link to updates like you do on Facebook, but it’s really a pain in the ass to comment with, and I’m not super-familiar with Disqus.

I also dislike the idea of having discussion threads embedded in the story page, period. It’s distracting from the story itself, and also you post chapters in segments, so there’ll generally be multiple discussion threads per chapter, the contents of which may have spoilers for various parts of the story… eh.

25 06 2011
luridel

I kind of like being able to find most of the discussion in one place (ie. here), but maybe I’m the only one? I think I prefer LJ. Tumblr is all well and good if you want to use it to link to updates like you do on Facebook, but it’s really a pain in the ass to comment with, and I’m not super-familiar with Disqus.

I also dislike the idea of having discussion threads embedded in the story page, period. It’s distracting from the story itself, and also you post chapters in segments, so there’ll generally be multiple discussion threads per chapter, the contents of which may have spoilers for various parts of the story… eh.

25 06 2011
luridel

I kind of like being able to find most of the discussion in one place (ie. here), but maybe I’m the only one? I think I prefer LJ. Tumblr is all well and good if you want to use it to link to updates like you do on Facebook, but it’s really a pain in the ass to comment with, and I’m not super-familiar with Disqus.

I also dislike the idea of having discussion threads embedded in the story page, period. It’s distracting from the story itself, and also you post chapters in segments, so there’ll generally be multiple discussion threads per chapter, the contents of which may have spoilers for various parts of the story… eh.

25 06 2011
luridel

I kind of like being able to find most of the discussion in one place (ie. here), but maybe I’m the only one? I think I prefer LJ. Tumblr is all well and good if you want to use it to link to updates like you do on Facebook, but it’s really a pain in the ass to comment with, and I’m not super-familiar with Disqus.

I also dislike the idea of having discussion threads embedded in the story page, period. It’s distracting from the story itself, and also you post chapters in segments, so there’ll generally be multiple discussion threads per chapter, the contents of which may have spoilers for various parts of the story… eh.

25 06 2011
luridel

I kind of like being able to find most of the discussion in one place (ie. here), but maybe I’m the only one? I think I prefer LJ. Tumblr is all well and good if you want to use it to link to updates like you do on Facebook, but it’s really a pain in the ass to comment with, and I’m not super-familiar with Disqus.

I also dislike the idea of having discussion threads embedded in the story page, period. It’s distracting from the story itself, and also you post chapters in segments, so there’ll generally be multiple discussion threads per chapter, the contents of which may have spoilers for various parts of the story… eh.

25 06 2011
luridel

I kind of like being able to find most of the discussion in one place (ie. here), but maybe I’m the only one? I think I prefer LJ. Tumblr is all well and good if you want to use it to link to updates like you do on Facebook, but it’s really a pain in the ass to comment with, and I’m not super-familiar with Disqus.

I also dislike the idea of having discussion threads embedded in the story page, period. It’s distracting from the story itself, and also you post chapters in segments, so there’ll generally be multiple discussion threads per chapter, the contents of which may have spoilers for various parts of the story… eh.

25 06 2011
luridel

I kind of like being able to find most of the discussion in one place (ie. here), but maybe I’m the only one? I think I prefer LJ. Tumblr is all well and good if you want to use it to link to updates like you do on Facebook, but it’s really a pain in the ass to comment with, and I’m not super-familiar with Disqus.

I also dislike the idea of having discussion threads embedded in the story page, period. It’s distracting from the story itself, and also you post chapters in segments, so there’ll generally be multiple discussion threads per chapter, the contents of which may have spoilers for various parts of the story… eh.

25 06 2011
luridel

I kind of like being able to find most of the discussion in one place (ie. here), but maybe I’m the only one? I think I prefer LJ. Tumblr is all well and good if you want to use it to link to updates like you do on Facebook, but it’s really a pain in the ass to comment with, and I’m not super-familiar with Disqus.

I also dislike the idea of having discussion threads embedded in the story page, period. It’s distracting from the story itself, and also you post chapters in segments, so there’ll generally be multiple discussion threads per chapter, the contents of which may have spoilers for various parts of the story… eh.

25 06 2011
Anonymous

Honestly, I’d have to agree on the point about inline discussion threads on story pages. The text stands best on its own; having a link to the discussion page (wherever it ends up being hosted) on both ends of the page, per your current arrangement, is (in my opinion) the best compromise.

25 06 2011
Anonymous

Honestly, I’d have to agree on the point about inline discussion threads on story pages. The text stands best on its own; having a link to the discussion page (wherever it ends up being hosted) on both ends of the page, per your current arrangement, is (in my opinion) the best compromise.

25 06 2011
Anonymous

Honestly, I’d have to agree on the point about inline discussion threads on story pages. The text stands best on its own; having a link to the discussion page (wherever it ends up being hosted) on both ends of the page, per your current arrangement, is (in my opinion) the best compromise.

25 06 2011
Anonymous

Honestly, I’d have to agree on the point about inline discussion threads on story pages. The text stands best on its own; having a link to the discussion page (wherever it ends up being hosted) on both ends of the page, per your current arrangement, is (in my opinion) the best compromise.

25 06 2011
Anonymous

Honestly, I’d have to agree on the point about inline discussion threads on story pages. The text stands best on its own; having a link to the discussion page (wherever it ends up being hosted) on both ends of the page, per your current arrangement, is (in my opinion) the best compromise.

25 06 2011
Anonymous

Honestly, I’d have to agree on the point about inline discussion threads on story pages. The text stands best on its own; having a link to the discussion page (wherever it ends up being hosted) on both ends of the page, per your current arrangement, is (in my opinion) the best compromise.

25 06 2011
Anonymous

Honestly, I’d have to agree on the point about inline discussion threads on story pages. The text stands best on its own; having a link to the discussion page (wherever it ends up being hosted) on both ends of the page, per your current arrangement, is (in my opinion) the best compromise.

25 06 2011
Anonymous

Honestly, I’d have to agree on the point about inline discussion threads on story pages. The text stands best on its own; having a link to the discussion page (wherever it ends up being hosted) on both ends of the page, per your current arrangement, is (in my opinion) the best compromise.

25 06 2011
Anonymous

Honestly, I’d have to agree on the point about inline discussion threads on story pages. The text stands best on its own; having a link to the discussion page (wherever it ends up being hosted) on both ends of the page, per your current arrangement, is (in my opinion) the best compromise.

25 06 2011
Anonymous

Honestly, I’d have to agree on the point about inline discussion threads on story pages. The text stands best on its own; having a link to the discussion page (wherever it ends up being hosted) on both ends of the page, per your current arrangement, is (in my opinion) the best compromise.

25 06 2011
Anonymous

Honestly, I’d have to agree on the point about inline discussion threads on story pages. The text stands best on its own; having a link to the discussion page (wherever it ends up being hosted) on both ends of the page, per your current arrangement, is (in my opinion) the best compromise.

25 06 2011
Anonymous

Honestly, I’d have to agree on the point about inline discussion threads on story pages. The text stands best on its own; having a link to the discussion page (wherever it ends up being hosted) on both ends of the page, per your current arrangement, is (in my opinion) the best compromise.

25 06 2011
Anonymous

Honestly, I’d have to agree on the point about inline discussion threads on story pages. The text stands best on its own; having a link to the discussion page (wherever it ends up being hosted) on both ends of the page, per your current arrangement, is (in my opinion) the best compromise.

25 06 2011
Anonymous

Honestly, I’d have to agree on the point about inline discussion threads on story pages. The text stands best on its own; having a link to the discussion page (wherever it ends up being hosted) on both ends of the page, per your current arrangement, is (in my opinion) the best compromise.

25 06 2011
Anonymous

Honestly, I’d have to agree on the point about inline discussion threads on story pages. The text stands best on its own; having a link to the discussion page (wherever it ends up being hosted) on both ends of the page, per your current arrangement, is (in my opinion) the best compromise.

25 06 2011
luridel

In case this is helpful in any way to know;
I’m not sure if your other readers come read specifically when they’re informed about updates or not. For my part, I happen to have a moderately-sized list of bookmarks (primarily webcomics I follow, email, that sort of thing) that I check before I go to bed/at random intervals throughout the day when I’m not going to bed, and Anachronauts is on that list. The specific page I have bookmarked: http://www.pixelscapes.com/anachronauts/
Sometimes I see a notification about an update on Facebook, but whether or not this is the case, I check the above page periodically -> scroll down -> check if the LJ entry there is the same one I remember seeing the last time or not -> read your Twitter box on the side for recent stuff. If there IS a new update, I go read that before reading the full blog post. After that, if it’s not really late at night and I feel like I have something coherent to say, I sometimes comment; sometimes I’ll hold off on commenting until I have a chance to reread the update (because it’s often really, really late), and sometimes I just don’t have anything constructive to say.

25 06 2011
luridel

In case this is helpful in any way to know;

I’m not sure if your other readers come read specifically when they’re informed about updates or not. For my part, I happen to have a moderately-sized list of bookmarks (primarily webcomics I follow, email, that sort of thing) that I check before I go to bed/at random intervals throughout the day when I’m not going to bed, and Anachronauts is on that list. The specific page I have bookmarked: http://www.pixelscapes.com/anachronauts/

Sometimes I see a notification about an update on Facebook, but whether or not this is the case, I check the above page periodically -> scroll down -> check if the LJ entry there is the same one I remember seeing the last time or not -> read your Twitter box on the side for recent stuff. If there IS a new update, I go read that before reading the full blog post. After that, if it’s not really late at night and I feel like I have something coherent to say, I sometimes comment; sometimes I’ll hold off on commenting until I have a chance to reread the update (because it’s often really, really late), and sometimes I just don’t have anything constructive to say.

25 06 2011
luridel

In case this is helpful in any way to know;

I’m not sure if your other readers come read specifically when they’re informed about updates or not. For my part, I happen to have a moderately-sized list of bookmarks (primarily webcomics I follow, email, that sort of thing) that I check before I go to bed/at random intervals throughout the day when I’m not going to bed, and Anachronauts is on that list. The specific page I have bookmarked: http://www.pixelscapes.com/anachronauts/

Sometimes I see a notification about an update on Facebook, but whether or not this is the case, I check the above page periodically -> scroll down -> check if the LJ entry there is the same one I remember seeing the last time or not -> read your Twitter box on the side for recent stuff. If there IS a new update, I go read that before reading the full blog post. After that, if it’s not really late at night and I feel like I have something coherent to say, I sometimes comment; sometimes I’ll hold off on commenting until I have a chance to reread the update (because it’s often really, really late), and sometimes I just don’t have anything constructive to say.

25 06 2011
luridel

In case this is helpful in any way to know;

I’m not sure if your other readers come read specifically when they’re informed about updates or not. For my part, I happen to have a moderately-sized list of bookmarks (primarily webcomics I follow, email, that sort of thing) that I check before I go to bed/at random intervals throughout the day when I’m not going to bed, and Anachronauts is on that list. The specific page I have bookmarked: http://www.pixelscapes.com/anachronauts/

Sometimes I see a notification about an update on Facebook, but whether or not this is the case, I check the above page periodically -> scroll down -> check if the LJ entry there is the same one I remember seeing the last time or not -> read your Twitter box on the side for recent stuff. If there IS a new update, I go read that before reading the full blog post. After that, if it’s not really late at night and I feel like I have something coherent to say, I sometimes comment; sometimes I’ll hold off on commenting until I have a chance to reread the update (because it’s often really, really late), and sometimes I just don’t have anything constructive to say.

25 06 2011
luridel

In case this is helpful in any way to know;
I’m not sure if your other readers come read specifically when they’re informed about updates or not. For my part, I happen to have a moderately-sized list of bookmarks (primarily webcomics I follow, email, that sort of thing) that I check before I go to bed/at random intervals throughout the day when I’m not going to bed, and Anachronauts is on that list. The specific page I have bookmarked: http://www.pixelscapes.com/anachronauts/
Sometimes I see a notification about an update on Facebook, but whether or not this is the case, I check the above page periodically -> scroll down -> check if the LJ entry there is the same one I remember seeing the last time or not -> read your Twitter box on the side for recent stuff. If there IS a new update, I go read that before reading the full blog post. After that, if it’s not really late at night and I feel like I have something coherent to say, I sometimes comment; sometimes I’ll hold off on commenting until I have a chance to reread the update (because it’s often really, really late), and sometimes I just don’t have anything constructive to say.

25 06 2011
luridel

In case this is helpful in any way to know;

I’m not sure if your other readers come read specifically when they’re informed about updates or not. For my part, I happen to have a moderately-sized list of bookmarks (primarily webcomics I follow, email, that sort of thing) that I check before I go to bed/at random intervals throughout the day when I’m not going to bed, and Anachronauts is on that list. The specific page I have bookmarked: http://www.pixelscapes.com/anachronauts/

Sometimes I see a notification about an update on Facebook, but whether or not this is the case, I check the above page periodically -> scroll down -> check if the LJ entry there is the same one I remember seeing the last time or not -> read your Twitter box on the side for recent stuff. If there IS a new update, I go read that before reading the full blog post. After that, if it’s not really late at night and I feel like I have something coherent to say, I sometimes comment; sometimes I’ll hold off on commenting until I have a chance to reread the update (because it’s often really, really late), and sometimes I just don’t have anything constructive to say.

25 06 2011
luridel

In case this is helpful in any way to know;

I’m not sure if your other readers come read specifically when they’re informed about updates or not. For my part, I happen to have a moderately-sized list of bookmarks (primarily webcomics I follow, email, that sort of thing) that I check before I go to bed/at random intervals throughout the day when I’m not going to bed, and Anachronauts is on that list. The specific page I have bookmarked: http://www.pixelscapes.com/anachronauts/

Sometimes I see a notification about an update on Facebook, but whether or not this is the case, I check the above page periodically -> scroll down -> check if the LJ entry there is the same one I remember seeing the last time or not -> read your Twitter box on the side for recent stuff. If there IS a new update, I go read that before reading the full blog post. After that, if it’s not really late at night and I feel like I have something coherent to say, I sometimes comment; sometimes I’ll hold off on commenting until I have a chance to reread the update (because it’s often really, really late), and sometimes I just don’t have anything constructive to say.

25 06 2011
luridel

In case this is helpful in any way to know;

I’m not sure if your other readers come read specifically when they’re informed about updates or not. For my part, I happen to have a moderately-sized list of bookmarks (primarily webcomics I follow, email, that sort of thing) that I check before I go to bed/at random intervals throughout the day when I’m not going to bed, and Anachronauts is on that list. The specific page I have bookmarked: http://www.pixelscapes.com/anachronauts/

Sometimes I see a notification about an update on Facebook, but whether or not this is the case, I check the above page periodically -> scroll down -> check if the LJ entry there is the same one I remember seeing the last time or not -> read your Twitter box on the side for recent stuff. If there IS a new update, I go read that before reading the full blog post. After that, if it’s not really late at night and I feel like I have something coherent to say, I sometimes comment; sometimes I’ll hold off on commenting until I have a chance to reread the update (because it’s often really, really late), and sometimes I just don’t have anything constructive to say.

25 06 2011
luridel

In case this is helpful in any way to know;

I’m not sure if your other readers come read specifically when they’re informed about updates or not. For my part, I happen to have a moderately-sized list of bookmarks (primarily webcomics I follow, email, that sort of thing) that I check before I go to bed/at random intervals throughout the day when I’m not going to bed, and Anachronauts is on that list. The specific page I have bookmarked: http://www.pixelscapes.com/anachronauts/

Sometimes I see a notification about an update on Facebook, but whether or not this is the case, I check the above page periodically -> scroll down -> check if the LJ entry there is the same one I remember seeing the last time or not -> read your Twitter box on the side for recent stuff. If there IS a new update, I go read that before reading the full blog post. After that, if it’s not really late at night and I feel like I have something coherent to say, I sometimes comment; sometimes I’ll hold off on commenting until I have a chance to reread the update (because it’s often really, really late), and sometimes I just don’t have anything constructive to say.

25 06 2011
luridel

In case this is helpful in any way to know;

I’m not sure if your other readers come read specifically when they’re informed about updates or not. For my part, I happen to have a moderately-sized list of bookmarks (primarily webcomics I follow, email, that sort of thing) that I check before I go to bed/at random intervals throughout the day when I’m not going to bed, and Anachronauts is on that list. The specific page I have bookmarked: http://www.pixelscapes.com/anachronauts/

Sometimes I see a notification about an update on Facebook, but whether or not this is the case, I check the above page periodically -> scroll down -> check if the LJ entry there is the same one I remember seeing the last time or not -> read your Twitter box on the side for recent stuff. If there IS a new update, I go read that before reading the full blog post. After that, if it’s not really late at night and I feel like I have something coherent to say, I sometimes comment; sometimes I’ll hold off on commenting until I have a chance to reread the update (because it’s often really, really late), and sometimes I just don’t have anything constructive to say.

25 06 2011
luridel

In case this is helpful in any way to know;

I’m not sure if your other readers come read specifically when they’re informed about updates or not. For my part, I happen to have a moderately-sized list of bookmarks (primarily webcomics I follow, email, that sort of thing) that I check before I go to bed/at random intervals throughout the day when I’m not going to bed, and Anachronauts is on that list. The specific page I have bookmarked: http://www.pixelscapes.com/anachronauts/

Sometimes I see a notification about an update on Facebook, but whether or not this is the case, I check the above page periodically -> scroll down -> check if the LJ entry there is the same one I remember seeing the last time or not -> read your Twitter box on the side for recent stuff. If there IS a new update, I go read that before reading the full blog post. After that, if it’s not really late at night and I feel like I have something coherent to say, I sometimes comment; sometimes I’ll hold off on commenting until I have a chance to reread the update (because it’s often really, really late), and sometimes I just don’t have anything constructive to say.

25 06 2011
luridel

In case this is helpful in any way to know;

I’m not sure if your other readers come read specifically when they’re informed about updates or not. For my part, I happen to have a moderately-sized list of bookmarks (primarily webcomics I follow, email, that sort of thing) that I check before I go to bed/at random intervals throughout the day when I’m not going to bed, and Anachronauts is on that list. The specific page I have bookmarked: http://www.pixelscapes.com/anachronauts/

Sometimes I see a notification about an update on Facebook, but whether or not this is the case, I check the above page periodically -> scroll down -> check if the LJ entry there is the same one I remember seeing the last time or not -> read your Twitter box on the side for recent stuff. If there IS a new update, I go read that before reading the full blog post. After that, if it’s not really late at night and I feel like I have something coherent to say, I sometimes comment; sometimes I’ll hold off on commenting until I have a chance to reread the update (because it’s often really, really late), and sometimes I just don’t have anything constructive to say.

25 06 2011
luridel

In case this is helpful in any way to know;

I’m not sure if your other readers come read specifically when they’re informed about updates or not. For my part, I happen to have a moderately-sized list of bookmarks (primarily webcomics I follow, email, that sort of thing) that I check before I go to bed/at random intervals throughout the day when I’m not going to bed, and Anachronauts is on that list. The specific page I have bookmarked: http://www.pixelscapes.com/anachronauts/

Sometimes I see a notification about an update on Facebook, but whether or not this is the case, I check the above page periodically -> scroll down -> check if the LJ entry there is the same one I remember seeing the last time or not -> read your Twitter box on the side for recent stuff. If there IS a new update, I go read that before reading the full blog post. After that, if it’s not really late at night and I feel like I have something coherent to say, I sometimes comment; sometimes I’ll hold off on commenting until I have a chance to reread the update (because it’s often really, really late), and sometimes I just don’t have anything constructive to say.

25 06 2011
luridel

In case this is helpful in any way to know;

I’m not sure if your other readers come read specifically when they’re informed about updates or not. For my part, I happen to have a moderately-sized list of bookmarks (primarily webcomics I follow, email, that sort of thing) that I check before I go to bed/at random intervals throughout the day when I’m not going to bed, and Anachronauts is on that list. The specific page I have bookmarked: http://www.pixelscapes.com/anachronauts/

Sometimes I see a notification about an update on Facebook, but whether or not this is the case, I check the above page periodically -> scroll down -> check if the LJ entry there is the same one I remember seeing the last time or not -> read your Twitter box on the side for recent stuff. If there IS a new update, I go read that before reading the full blog post. After that, if it’s not really late at night and I feel like I have something coherent to say, I sometimes comment; sometimes I’ll hold off on commenting until I have a chance to reread the update (because it’s often really, really late), and sometimes I just don’t have anything constructive to say.

25 06 2011
luridel

In case this is helpful in any way to know;

I’m not sure if your other readers come read specifically when they’re informed about updates or not. For my part, I happen to have a moderately-sized list of bookmarks (primarily webcomics I follow, email, that sort of thing) that I check before I go to bed/at random intervals throughout the day when I’m not going to bed, and Anachronauts is on that list. The specific page I have bookmarked: http://www.pixelscapes.com/anachronauts/

Sometimes I see a notification about an update on Facebook, but whether or not this is the case, I check the above page periodically -> scroll down -> check if the LJ entry there is the same one I remember seeing the last time or not -> read your Twitter box on the side for recent stuff. If there IS a new update, I go read that before reading the full blog post. After that, if it’s not really late at night and I feel like I have something coherent to say, I sometimes comment; sometimes I’ll hold off on commenting until I have a chance to reread the update (because it’s often really, really late), and sometimes I just don’t have anything constructive to say.

25 06 2011
luridel

In case this is helpful in any way to know;

I’m not sure if your other readers come read specifically when they’re informed about updates or not. For my part, I happen to have a moderately-sized list of bookmarks (primarily webcomics I follow, email, that sort of thing) that I check before I go to bed/at random intervals throughout the day when I’m not going to bed, and Anachronauts is on that list. The specific page I have bookmarked: http://www.pixelscapes.com/anachronauts/

Sometimes I see a notification about an update on Facebook, but whether or not this is the case, I check the above page periodically -> scroll down -> check if the LJ entry there is the same one I remember seeing the last time or not -> read your Twitter box on the side for recent stuff. If there IS a new update, I go read that before reading the full blog post. After that, if it’s not really late at night and I feel like I have something coherent to say, I sometimes comment; sometimes I’ll hold off on commenting until I have a chance to reread the update (because it’s often really, really late), and sometimes I just don’t have anything constructive to say.

25 06 2011
loopychew

I’d probably comment here but follow both.

25 06 2011
loopychew

I’d probably comment here but follow both.

25 06 2011
loopychew

I’d probably comment here but follow both.

25 06 2011
loopychew

I’d probably comment here but follow both.

25 06 2011
loopychew

I’d probably comment here but follow both.

25 06 2011
loopychew

I’d probably comment here but follow both.

25 06 2011
loopychew

I’d probably comment here but follow both.

25 06 2011
loopychew

I’d probably comment here but follow both.

25 06 2011
loopychew

I’d probably comment here but follow both.

25 06 2011
loopychew

I’d probably comment here but follow both.

25 06 2011
loopychew

I’d probably comment here but follow both.

25 06 2011
loopychew

I’d probably comment here but follow both.

25 06 2011
loopychew

I’d probably comment here but follow both.

25 06 2011
loopychew

I’d probably comment here but follow both.

25 06 2011
loopychew

I’d probably comment here but follow both.

25 06 2011
loopychew

I’d probably comment here but follow both.

25 06 2011
loopychew

I’d probably comment here but follow both.

25 06 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. There would be only one thread per update I assume, same as now. It would make the most sense for him to turn off discussion here to keep it all together in his new system.
2f, could you point to a place using the system you plan so we see what it looks like?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. There would be only one thread per update I assume, same as now. It would make the most sense for him to turn off discussion here to keep it all together in his new system.

2f, could you point to a place using the system you plan so we see what it looks like?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. There would be only one thread per update I assume, same as now. It would make the most sense for him to turn off discussion here to keep it all together in his new system.

2f, could you point to a place using the system you plan so we see what it looks like?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. There would be only one thread per update I assume, same as now. It would make the most sense for him to turn off discussion here to keep it all together in his new system.

2f, could you point to a place using the system you plan so we see what it looks like?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. There would be only one thread per update I assume, same as now. It would make the most sense for him to turn off discussion here to keep it all together in his new system.
2f, could you point to a place using the system you plan so we see what it looks like?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. There would be only one thread per update I assume, same as now. It would make the most sense for him to turn off discussion here to keep it all together in his new system.

2f, could you point to a place using the system you plan so we see what it looks like?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. There would be only one thread per update I assume, same as now. It would make the most sense for him to turn off discussion here to keep it all together in his new system.

2f, could you point to a place using the system you plan so we see what it looks like?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. There would be only one thread per update I assume, same as now. It would make the most sense for him to turn off discussion here to keep it all together in his new system.

2f, could you point to a place using the system you plan so we see what it looks like?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. There would be only one thread per update I assume, same as now. It would make the most sense for him to turn off discussion here to keep it all together in his new system.

2f, could you point to a place using the system you plan so we see what it looks like?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. There would be only one thread per update I assume, same as now. It would make the most sense for him to turn off discussion here to keep it all together in his new system.

2f, could you point to a place using the system you plan so we see what it looks like?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. There would be only one thread per update I assume, same as now. It would make the most sense for him to turn off discussion here to keep it all together in his new system.

2f, could you point to a place using the system you plan so we see what it looks like?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. There would be only one thread per update I assume, same as now. It would make the most sense for him to turn off discussion here to keep it all together in his new system.

2f, could you point to a place using the system you plan so we see what it looks like?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. There would be only one thread per update I assume, same as now. It would make the most sense for him to turn off discussion here to keep it all together in his new system.

2f, could you point to a place using the system you plan so we see what it looks like?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. There would be only one thread per update I assume, same as now. It would make the most sense for him to turn off discussion here to keep it all together in his new system.

2f, could you point to a place using the system you plan so we see what it looks like?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. There would be only one thread per update I assume, same as now. It would make the most sense for him to turn off discussion here to keep it all together in his new system.

2f, could you point to a place using the system you plan so we see what it looks like?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. There would be only one thread per update I assume, same as now. It would make the most sense for him to turn off discussion here to keep it all together in his new system.

2f, could you point to a place using the system you plan so we see what it looks like?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. There would be only one thread per update I assume, same as now. It would make the most sense for him to turn off discussion here to keep it all together in his new system.

2f, could you point to a place using the system you plan so we see what it looks like?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. There would be only one thread per update I assume, same as now. It would make the most sense for him to turn off discussion here to keep it all together in his new system.

2f, could you point to a place using the system you plan so we see what it looks like?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

2f, Jen here again. Another possibility would be to set up one thread per chapter, as opposed to one per update. I’ve seen that work well for various comic serials (Earthsong Saga for example.)
Advantage is that it gives everybody reading the current chapter a place to hang out, and we can continue discussions and more general “what if?” type posts and theorizing without it being broken up twice a week like it is now.
The way it is now, I imagine that some people who read slower (or just catch up every weekend?) feel sort of left behind by the buried older posts and their discussion.
New people could even go into, say, the SA02 thread and comment maybe. OTOH this may make newbies more vulnerable to spoilers. But then again that’s a risk whenever you come into something late.
It should be possible to do this with a blog type post instead of a forum, but… Oh I dunno, what do you all think?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

2f, Jen here again. Another possibility would be to set up one thread per chapter, as opposed to one per update. I’ve seen that work well for various comic serials (Earthsong Saga for example.)

Advantage is that it gives everybody reading the current chapter a place to hang out, and we can continue discussions and more general “what if?” type posts and theorizing without it being broken up twice a week like it is now.

The way it is now, I imagine that some people who read slower (or just catch up every weekend?) feel sort of left behind by the buried older posts and their discussion.

New people could even go into, say, the SA02 thread and comment maybe. OTOH this may make newbies more vulnerable to spoilers. But then again that’s a risk whenever you come into something late.

It should be possible to do this with a blog type post instead of a forum, but… Oh I dunno, what do you all think?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

2f, Jen here again. Another possibility would be to set up one thread per chapter, as opposed to one per update. I’ve seen that work well for various comic serials (Earthsong Saga for example.)

Advantage is that it gives everybody reading the current chapter a place to hang out, and we can continue discussions and more general “what if?” type posts and theorizing without it being broken up twice a week like it is now.

The way it is now, I imagine that some people who read slower (or just catch up every weekend?) feel sort of left behind by the buried older posts and their discussion.

New people could even go into, say, the SA02 thread and comment maybe. OTOH this may make newbies more vulnerable to spoilers. But then again that’s a risk whenever you come into something late.

It should be possible to do this with a blog type post instead of a forum, but… Oh I dunno, what do you all think?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

2f, Jen here again. Another possibility would be to set up one thread per chapter, as opposed to one per update. I’ve seen that work well for various comic serials (Earthsong Saga for example.)

Advantage is that it gives everybody reading the current chapter a place to hang out, and we can continue discussions and more general “what if?” type posts and theorizing without it being broken up twice a week like it is now.

The way it is now, I imagine that some people who read slower (or just catch up every weekend?) feel sort of left behind by the buried older posts and their discussion.

New people could even go into, say, the SA02 thread and comment maybe. OTOH this may make newbies more vulnerable to spoilers. But then again that’s a risk whenever you come into something late.

It should be possible to do this with a blog type post instead of a forum, but… Oh I dunno, what do you all think?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

2f, Jen here again. Another possibility would be to set up one thread per chapter, as opposed to one per update. I’ve seen that work well for various comic serials (Earthsong Saga for example.)
Advantage is that it gives everybody reading the current chapter a place to hang out, and we can continue discussions and more general “what if?” type posts and theorizing without it being broken up twice a week like it is now.
The way it is now, I imagine that some people who read slower (or just catch up every weekend?) feel sort of left behind by the buried older posts and their discussion.
New people could even go into, say, the SA02 thread and comment maybe. OTOH this may make newbies more vulnerable to spoilers. But then again that’s a risk whenever you come into something late.
It should be possible to do this with a blog type post instead of a forum, but… Oh I dunno, what do you all think?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

2f, Jen here again. Another possibility would be to set up one thread per chapter, as opposed to one per update. I’ve seen that work well for various comic serials (Earthsong Saga for example.)

Advantage is that it gives everybody reading the current chapter a place to hang out, and we can continue discussions and more general “what if?” type posts and theorizing without it being broken up twice a week like it is now.

The way it is now, I imagine that some people who read slower (or just catch up every weekend?) feel sort of left behind by the buried older posts and their discussion.

New people could even go into, say, the SA02 thread and comment maybe. OTOH this may make newbies more vulnerable to spoilers. But then again that’s a risk whenever you come into something late.

It should be possible to do this with a blog type post instead of a forum, but… Oh I dunno, what do you all think?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

2f, Jen here again. Another possibility would be to set up one thread per chapter, as opposed to one per update. I’ve seen that work well for various comic serials (Earthsong Saga for example.)

Advantage is that it gives everybody reading the current chapter a place to hang out, and we can continue discussions and more general “what if?” type posts and theorizing without it being broken up twice a week like it is now.

The way it is now, I imagine that some people who read slower (or just catch up every weekend?) feel sort of left behind by the buried older posts and their discussion.

New people could even go into, say, the SA02 thread and comment maybe. OTOH this may make newbies more vulnerable to spoilers. But then again that’s a risk whenever you come into something late.

It should be possible to do this with a blog type post instead of a forum, but… Oh I dunno, what do you all think?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

2f, Jen here again. Another possibility would be to set up one thread per chapter, as opposed to one per update. I’ve seen that work well for various comic serials (Earthsong Saga for example.)

Advantage is that it gives everybody reading the current chapter a place to hang out, and we can continue discussions and more general “what if?” type posts and theorizing without it being broken up twice a week like it is now.

The way it is now, I imagine that some people who read slower (or just catch up every weekend?) feel sort of left behind by the buried older posts and their discussion.

New people could even go into, say, the SA02 thread and comment maybe. OTOH this may make newbies more vulnerable to spoilers. But then again that’s a risk whenever you come into something late.

It should be possible to do this with a blog type post instead of a forum, but… Oh I dunno, what do you all think?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

2f, Jen here again. Another possibility would be to set up one thread per chapter, as opposed to one per update. I’ve seen that work well for various comic serials (Earthsong Saga for example.)

Advantage is that it gives everybody reading the current chapter a place to hang out, and we can continue discussions and more general “what if?” type posts and theorizing without it being broken up twice a week like it is now.

The way it is now, I imagine that some people who read slower (or just catch up every weekend?) feel sort of left behind by the buried older posts and their discussion.

New people could even go into, say, the SA02 thread and comment maybe. OTOH this may make newbies more vulnerable to spoilers. But then again that’s a risk whenever you come into something late.

It should be possible to do this with a blog type post instead of a forum, but… Oh I dunno, what do you all think?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

2f, Jen here again. Another possibility would be to set up one thread per chapter, as opposed to one per update. I’ve seen that work well for various comic serials (Earthsong Saga for example.)

Advantage is that it gives everybody reading the current chapter a place to hang out, and we can continue discussions and more general “what if?” type posts and theorizing without it being broken up twice a week like it is now.

The way it is now, I imagine that some people who read slower (or just catch up every weekend?) feel sort of left behind by the buried older posts and their discussion.

New people could even go into, say, the SA02 thread and comment maybe. OTOH this may make newbies more vulnerable to spoilers. But then again that’s a risk whenever you come into something late.

It should be possible to do this with a blog type post instead of a forum, but… Oh I dunno, what do you all think?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

2f, Jen here again. Another possibility would be to set up one thread per chapter, as opposed to one per update. I’ve seen that work well for various comic serials (Earthsong Saga for example.)

Advantage is that it gives everybody reading the current chapter a place to hang out, and we can continue discussions and more general “what if?” type posts and theorizing without it being broken up twice a week like it is now.

The way it is now, I imagine that some people who read slower (or just catch up every weekend?) feel sort of left behind by the buried older posts and their discussion.

New people could even go into, say, the SA02 thread and comment maybe. OTOH this may make newbies more vulnerable to spoilers. But then again that’s a risk whenever you come into something late.

It should be possible to do this with a blog type post instead of a forum, but… Oh I dunno, what do you all think?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

2f, Jen here again. Another possibility would be to set up one thread per chapter, as opposed to one per update. I’ve seen that work well for various comic serials (Earthsong Saga for example.)

Advantage is that it gives everybody reading the current chapter a place to hang out, and we can continue discussions and more general “what if?” type posts and theorizing without it being broken up twice a week like it is now.

The way it is now, I imagine that some people who read slower (or just catch up every weekend?) feel sort of left behind by the buried older posts and their discussion.

New people could even go into, say, the SA02 thread and comment maybe. OTOH this may make newbies more vulnerable to spoilers. But then again that’s a risk whenever you come into something late.

It should be possible to do this with a blog type post instead of a forum, but… Oh I dunno, what do you all think?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

2f, Jen here again. Another possibility would be to set up one thread per chapter, as opposed to one per update. I’ve seen that work well for various comic serials (Earthsong Saga for example.)

Advantage is that it gives everybody reading the current chapter a place to hang out, and we can continue discussions and more general “what if?” type posts and theorizing without it being broken up twice a week like it is now.

The way it is now, I imagine that some people who read slower (or just catch up every weekend?) feel sort of left behind by the buried older posts and their discussion.

New people could even go into, say, the SA02 thread and comment maybe. OTOH this may make newbies more vulnerable to spoilers. But then again that’s a risk whenever you come into something late.

It should be possible to do this with a blog type post instead of a forum, but… Oh I dunno, what do you all think?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

2f, Jen here again. Another possibility would be to set up one thread per chapter, as opposed to one per update. I’ve seen that work well for various comic serials (Earthsong Saga for example.)

Advantage is that it gives everybody reading the current chapter a place to hang out, and we can continue discussions and more general “what if?” type posts and theorizing without it being broken up twice a week like it is now.

The way it is now, I imagine that some people who read slower (or just catch up every weekend?) feel sort of left behind by the buried older posts and their discussion.

New people could even go into, say, the SA02 thread and comment maybe. OTOH this may make newbies more vulnerable to spoilers. But then again that’s a risk whenever you come into something late.

It should be possible to do this with a blog type post instead of a forum, but… Oh I dunno, what do you all think?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

2f, Jen here again. Another possibility would be to set up one thread per chapter, as opposed to one per update. I’ve seen that work well for various comic serials (Earthsong Saga for example.)

Advantage is that it gives everybody reading the current chapter a place to hang out, and we can continue discussions and more general “what if?” type posts and theorizing without it being broken up twice a week like it is now.

The way it is now, I imagine that some people who read slower (or just catch up every weekend?) feel sort of left behind by the buried older posts and their discussion.

New people could even go into, say, the SA02 thread and comment maybe. OTOH this may make newbies more vulnerable to spoilers. But then again that’s a risk whenever you come into something late.

It should be possible to do this with a blog type post instead of a forum, but… Oh I dunno, what do you all think?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

2f, Jen here again. Another possibility would be to set up one thread per chapter, as opposed to one per update. I’ve seen that work well for various comic serials (Earthsong Saga for example.)

Advantage is that it gives everybody reading the current chapter a place to hang out, and we can continue discussions and more general “what if?” type posts and theorizing without it being broken up twice a week like it is now.

The way it is now, I imagine that some people who read slower (or just catch up every weekend?) feel sort of left behind by the buried older posts and their discussion.

New people could even go into, say, the SA02 thread and comment maybe. OTOH this may make newbies more vulnerable to spoilers. But then again that’s a risk whenever you come into something late.

It should be possible to do this with a blog type post instead of a forum, but… Oh I dunno, what do you all think?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

2f, Jen here again. Another possibility would be to set up one thread per chapter, as opposed to one per update. I’ve seen that work well for various comic serials (Earthsong Saga for example.)

Advantage is that it gives everybody reading the current chapter a place to hang out, and we can continue discussions and more general “what if?” type posts and theorizing without it being broken up twice a week like it is now.

The way it is now, I imagine that some people who read slower (or just catch up every weekend?) feel sort of left behind by the buried older posts and their discussion.

New people could even go into, say, the SA02 thread and comment maybe. OTOH this may make newbies more vulnerable to spoilers. But then again that’s a risk whenever you come into something late.

It should be possible to do this with a blog type post instead of a forum, but… Oh I dunno, what do you all think?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

2f, Jen here again. Another possibility would be to set up one thread per chapter, as opposed to one per update. I’ve seen that work well for various comic serials (Earthsong Saga for example.)

Advantage is that it gives everybody reading the current chapter a place to hang out, and we can continue discussions and more general “what if?” type posts and theorizing without it being broken up twice a week like it is now.

The way it is now, I imagine that some people who read slower (or just catch up every weekend?) feel sort of left behind by the buried older posts and their discussion.

New people could even go into, say, the SA02 thread and comment maybe. OTOH this may make newbies more vulnerable to spoilers. But then again that’s a risk whenever you come into something late.

It should be possible to do this with a blog type post instead of a forum, but… Oh I dunno, what do you all think?

25 06 2011
Anonymous

2f, Jen here again. Another possibility would be to set up one thread per chapter, as opposed to one per update. I’ve seen that work well for various comic serials (Earthsong Saga for example.)

Advantage is that it gives everybody reading the current chapter a place to hang out, and we can continue discussions and more general “what if?” type posts and theorizing without it being broken up twice a week like it is now.

The way it is now, I imagine that some people who read slower (or just catch up every weekend?) feel sort of left behind by the buried older posts and their discussion.

New people could even go into, say, the SA02 thread and comment maybe. OTOH this may make newbies more vulnerable to spoilers. But then again that’s a risk whenever you come into something late.

It should be possible to do this with a blog type post instead of a forum, but… Oh I dunno, what do you all think?

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

If I do this I’d be turning off LJ comments, and linking the LJ post to the Disqus thread. The idea being that you’d get the notification on your friends page, but the actual comments would be elsewhere.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

If I do this I’d be turning off LJ comments, and linking the LJ post to the Disqus thread. The idea being that you’d get the notification on your friends page, but the actual comments would be elsewhere.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

If I do this I’d be turning off LJ comments, and linking the LJ post to the Disqus thread. The idea being that you’d get the notification on your friends page, but the actual comments would be elsewhere.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

If I do this I’d be turning off LJ comments, and linking the LJ post to the Disqus thread. The idea being that you’d get the notification on your friends page, but the actual comments would be elsewhere.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

If I do this I’d be turning off LJ comments, and linking the LJ post to the Disqus thread. The idea being that you’d get the notification on your friends page, but the actual comments would be elsewhere.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

If I do this I’d be turning off LJ comments, and linking the LJ post to the Disqus thread. The idea being that you’d get the notification on your friends page, but the actual comments would be elsewhere.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

If I do this I’d be turning off LJ comments, and linking the LJ post to the Disqus thread. The idea being that you’d get the notification on your friends page, but the actual comments would be elsewhere.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

If I do this I’d be turning off LJ comments, and linking the LJ post to the Disqus thread. The idea being that you’d get the notification on your friends page, but the actual comments would be elsewhere.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

If I do this I’d be turning off LJ comments, and linking the LJ post to the Disqus thread. The idea being that you’d get the notification on your friends page, but the actual comments would be elsewhere.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

If I do this I’d be turning off LJ comments, and linking the LJ post to the Disqus thread. The idea being that you’d get the notification on your friends page, but the actual comments would be elsewhere.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

If I do this I’d be turning off LJ comments, and linking the LJ post to the Disqus thread. The idea being that you’d get the notification on your friends page, but the actual comments would be elsewhere.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

If I do this I’d be turning off LJ comments, and linking the LJ post to the Disqus thread. The idea being that you’d get the notification on your friends page, but the actual comments would be elsewhere.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

If I do this I’d be turning off LJ comments, and linking the LJ post to the Disqus thread. The idea being that you’d get the notification on your friends page, but the actual comments would be elsewhere.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

If I do this I’d be turning off LJ comments, and linking the LJ post to the Disqus thread. The idea being that you’d get the notification on your friends page, but the actual comments would be elsewhere.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

If I do this I’d be turning off LJ comments, and linking the LJ post to the Disqus thread. The idea being that you’d get the notification on your friends page, but the actual comments would be elsewhere.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

If I do this I’d be turning off LJ comments, and linking the LJ post to the Disqus thread. The idea being that you’d get the notification on your friends page, but the actual comments would be elsewhere.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

If I do this I’d be turning off LJ comments, and linking the LJ post to the Disqus thread. The idea being that you’d get the notification on your friends page, but the actual comments would be elsewhere.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

If I do this I’d be turning off LJ comments, and linking the LJ post to the Disqus thread. The idea being that you’d get the notification on your friends page, but the actual comments would be elsewhere.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

If I do this I’d be turning off LJ comments, and linking the LJ post to the Disqus thread. The idea being that you’d get the notification on your friends page, but the actual comments would be elsewhere.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

If I do this I’d be turning off LJ comments, and linking the LJ post to the Disqus thread. The idea being that you’d get the notification on your friends page, but the actual comments would be elsewhere.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’m not sure about one-post-per-story. A story can have a dozen updates, each of which doesn’t reveal things revealed later, and it’s not always clear which reply is replying to which part of the story, etc.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’m not sure about one-post-per-story. A story can have a dozen updates, each of which doesn’t reveal things revealed later, and it’s not always clear which reply is replying to which part of the story, etc.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’m not sure about one-post-per-story. A story can have a dozen updates, each of which doesn’t reveal things revealed later, and it’s not always clear which reply is replying to which part of the story, etc.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’m not sure about one-post-per-story. A story can have a dozen updates, each of which doesn’t reveal things revealed later, and it’s not always clear which reply is replying to which part of the story, etc.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’m not sure about one-post-per-story. A story can have a dozen updates, each of which doesn’t reveal things revealed later, and it’s not always clear which reply is replying to which part of the story, etc.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’m not sure about one-post-per-story. A story can have a dozen updates, each of which doesn’t reveal things revealed later, and it’s not always clear which reply is replying to which part of the story, etc.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’m not sure about one-post-per-story. A story can have a dozen updates, each of which doesn’t reveal things revealed later, and it’s not always clear which reply is replying to which part of the story, etc.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’m not sure about one-post-per-story. A story can have a dozen updates, each of which doesn’t reveal things revealed later, and it’s not always clear which reply is replying to which part of the story, etc.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’m not sure about one-post-per-story. A story can have a dozen updates, each of which doesn’t reveal things revealed later, and it’s not always clear which reply is replying to which part of the story, etc.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’m not sure about one-post-per-story. A story can have a dozen updates, each of which doesn’t reveal things revealed later, and it’s not always clear which reply is replying to which part of the story, etc.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’m not sure about one-post-per-story. A story can have a dozen updates, each of which doesn’t reveal things revealed later, and it’s not always clear which reply is replying to which part of the story, etc.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’m not sure about one-post-per-story. A story can have a dozen updates, each of which doesn’t reveal things revealed later, and it’s not always clear which reply is replying to which part of the story, etc.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’m not sure about one-post-per-story. A story can have a dozen updates, each of which doesn’t reveal things revealed later, and it’s not always clear which reply is replying to which part of the story, etc.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’m not sure about one-post-per-story. A story can have a dozen updates, each of which doesn’t reveal things revealed later, and it’s not always clear which reply is replying to which part of the story, etc.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’m not sure about one-post-per-story. A story can have a dozen updates, each of which doesn’t reveal things revealed later, and it’s not always clear which reply is replying to which part of the story, etc.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’m not sure about one-post-per-story. A story can have a dozen updates, each of which doesn’t reveal things revealed later, and it’s not always clear which reply is replying to which part of the story, etc.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’m not sure about one-post-per-story. A story can have a dozen updates, each of which doesn’t reveal things revealed later, and it’s not always clear which reply is replying to which part of the story, etc.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’m not sure about one-post-per-story. A story can have a dozen updates, each of which doesn’t reveal things revealed later, and it’s not always clear which reply is replying to which part of the story, etc.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’m not sure about one-post-per-story. A story can have a dozen updates, each of which doesn’t reveal things revealed later, and it’s not always clear which reply is replying to which part of the story, etc.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’m not sure about one-post-per-story. A story can have a dozen updates, each of which doesn’t reveal things revealed later, and it’s not always clear which reply is replying to which part of the story, etc.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

I’m not sure about one-post-per-story. A story can have a dozen updates, each of which doesn’t reveal things revealed later, and it’s not always clear which reply is replying to which part of the story, etc.

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Sure. Here’s a My Little Pony article that uses Disqus.
As you see, it allows anonymous posting, or you can post with your accounts at Disquis, Google, Twitter, Facebook, Yahoo, or OpenID (which means you can even use your LiveJournal ID!)

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Sure. Here’s a My Little Pony article that uses Disqus.

As you see, it allows anonymous posting, or you can post with your accounts at Disquis, Google, Twitter, Facebook, Yahoo, or OpenID (which means you can even use your LiveJournal ID!)

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Sure. Here’s a My Little Pony article that uses Disqus.

As you see, it allows anonymous posting, or you can post with your accounts at Disquis, Google, Twitter, Facebook, Yahoo, or OpenID (which means you can even use your LiveJournal ID!)

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Sure. Here’s a My Little Pony article that uses Disqus.

As you see, it allows anonymous posting, or you can post with your accounts at Disquis, Google, Twitter, Facebook, Yahoo, or OpenID (which means you can even use your LiveJournal ID!)

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Sure. Here’s a My Little Pony article that uses Disqus.
As you see, it allows anonymous posting, or you can post with your accounts at Disquis, Google, Twitter, Facebook, Yahoo, or OpenID (which means you can even use your LiveJournal ID!)

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Sure. Here’s a My Little Pony article that uses Disqus.

As you see, it allows anonymous posting, or you can post with your accounts at Disquis, Google, Twitter, Facebook, Yahoo, or OpenID (which means you can even use your LiveJournal ID!)

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Sure. Here’s a My Little Pony article that uses Disqus.

As you see, it allows anonymous posting, or you can post with your accounts at Disquis, Google, Twitter, Facebook, Yahoo, or OpenID (which means you can even use your LiveJournal ID!)

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Sure. Here’s a My Little Pony article that uses Disqus.

As you see, it allows anonymous posting, or you can post with your accounts at Disquis, Google, Twitter, Facebook, Yahoo, or OpenID (which means you can even use your LiveJournal ID!)

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Sure. Here’s a My Little Pony article that uses Disqus.

As you see, it allows anonymous posting, or you can post with your accounts at Disquis, Google, Twitter, Facebook, Yahoo, or OpenID (which means you can even use your LiveJournal ID!)

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Sure. Here’s a My Little Pony article that uses Disqus.

As you see, it allows anonymous posting, or you can post with your accounts at Disquis, Google, Twitter, Facebook, Yahoo, or OpenID (which means you can even use your LiveJournal ID!)

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Sure. Here’s a My Little Pony article that uses Disqus.

As you see, it allows anonymous posting, or you can post with your accounts at Disquis, Google, Twitter, Facebook, Yahoo, or OpenID (which means you can even use your LiveJournal ID!)

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Sure. Here’s a My Little Pony article that uses Disqus.

As you see, it allows anonymous posting, or you can post with your accounts at Disquis, Google, Twitter, Facebook, Yahoo, or OpenID (which means you can even use your LiveJournal ID!)

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Sure. Here’s a My Little Pony article that uses Disqus.

As you see, it allows anonymous posting, or you can post with your accounts at Disquis, Google, Twitter, Facebook, Yahoo, or OpenID (which means you can even use your LiveJournal ID!)

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Sure. Here’s a My Little Pony article that uses Disqus.

As you see, it allows anonymous posting, or you can post with your accounts at Disquis, Google, Twitter, Facebook, Yahoo, or OpenID (which means you can even use your LiveJournal ID!)

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Sure. Here’s a My Little Pony article that uses Disqus.

As you see, it allows anonymous posting, or you can post with your accounts at Disquis, Google, Twitter, Facebook, Yahoo, or OpenID (which means you can even use your LiveJournal ID!)

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Sure. Here’s a My Little Pony article that uses Disqus.

As you see, it allows anonymous posting, or you can post with your accounts at Disquis, Google, Twitter, Facebook, Yahoo, or OpenID (which means you can even use your LiveJournal ID!)

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Sure. Here’s a My Little Pony article that uses Disqus.

As you see, it allows anonymous posting, or you can post with your accounts at Disquis, Google, Twitter, Facebook, Yahoo, or OpenID (which means you can even use your LiveJournal ID!)

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Sure. Here’s a My Little Pony article that uses Disqus.

As you see, it allows anonymous posting, or you can post with your accounts at Disquis, Google, Twitter, Facebook, Yahoo, or OpenID (which means you can even use your LiveJournal ID!)

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Sure. Here’s a My Little Pony article that uses Disqus.

As you see, it allows anonymous posting, or you can post with your accounts at Disquis, Google, Twitter, Facebook, Yahoo, or OpenID (which means you can even use your LiveJournal ID!)

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Sure. Here’s a My Little Pony article that uses Disqus.

As you see, it allows anonymous posting, or you can post with your accounts at Disquis, Google, Twitter, Facebook, Yahoo, or OpenID (which means you can even use your LiveJournal ID!)

25 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Sure. Here’s a My Little Pony article that uses Disqus.

As you see, it allows anonymous posting, or you can post with your accounts at Disquis, Google, Twitter, Facebook, Yahoo, or OpenID (which means you can even use your LiveJournal ID!)

25 06 2011
lirazel

If it can use OpenID, I’m good. I have a friend using Dreamwidth, and it works for me there.

25 06 2011
lirazel

If it can use OpenID, I’m good. I have a friend using Dreamwidth, and it works for me there.

25 06 2011
lirazel

If it can use OpenID, I’m good. I have a friend using Dreamwidth, and it works for me there.

25 06 2011
lirazel

If it can use OpenID, I’m good. I have a friend using Dreamwidth, and it works for me there.

25 06 2011
lirazel

If it can use OpenID, I’m good. I have a friend using Dreamwidth, and it works for me there.

25 06 2011
lirazel

If it can use OpenID, I’m good. I have a friend using Dreamwidth, and it works for me there.

25 06 2011
lirazel

If it can use OpenID, I’m good. I have a friend using Dreamwidth, and it works for me there.

25 06 2011
lirazel

If it can use OpenID, I’m good. I have a friend using Dreamwidth, and it works for me there.

25 06 2011
lirazel

If it can use OpenID, I’m good. I have a friend using Dreamwidth, and it works for me there.

25 06 2011
lirazel

If it can use OpenID, I’m good. I have a friend using Dreamwidth, and it works for me there.

25 06 2011
lirazel

If it can use OpenID, I’m good. I have a friend using Dreamwidth, and it works for me there.

25 06 2011
lirazel

If it can use OpenID, I’m good. I have a friend using Dreamwidth, and it works for me there.

25 06 2011
lirazel

If it can use OpenID, I’m good. I have a friend using Dreamwidth, and it works for me there.

25 06 2011
lirazel

If it can use OpenID, I’m good. I have a friend using Dreamwidth, and it works for me there.

25 06 2011
lirazel

If it can use OpenID, I’m good. I have a friend using Dreamwidth, and it works for me there.

25 06 2011
lirazel

If it can use OpenID, I’m good. I have a friend using Dreamwidth, and it works for me there.

25 06 2011
lirazel

If it can use OpenID, I’m good. I have a friend using Dreamwidth, and it works for me there.

25 06 2011
lirazel

If it can use OpenID, I’m good. I have a friend using Dreamwidth, and it works for me there.

25 06 2011
lirazel

If it can use OpenID, I’m good. I have a friend using Dreamwidth, and it works for me there.

25 06 2011
lirazel

If it can use OpenID, I’m good. I have a friend using Dreamwidth, and it works for me there.

25 06 2011
lirazel

If it can use OpenID, I’m good. I have a friend using Dreamwidth, and it works for me there.

26 06 2011
raigne

I don’t use either service. I haven’t really using twitter either though. I have thought about adding you on facebook, and I know you said you didn’t mind several months ago, and I have been friends on there with Jen for a really long time, but I didn’t because maybe you’d still think it was weird? :P
I bought the print version of the first series, and then when I got my kindle I got ebook versions of series 1 and 2, and I still haven’t finished book 1. I kind of miss the random geek updates, so if it’s okay, could I add you on facebook? I don’t know if you cross post blog updates to there too or not.

26 06 2011
raigne

I don’t use either service. I haven’t really using twitter either though. I have thought about adding you on facebook, and I know you said you didn’t mind several months ago, and I have been friends on there with Jen for a really long time, but I didn’t because maybe you’d still think it was weird? :P

I bought the print version of the first series, and then when I got my kindle I got ebook versions of series 1 and 2, and I still haven’t finished book 1. I kind of miss the random geek updates, so if it’s okay, could I add you on facebook? I don’t know if you cross post blog updates to there too or not.

26 06 2011
raigne

I don’t use either service. I haven’t really using twitter either though. I have thought about adding you on facebook, and I know you said you didn’t mind several months ago, and I have been friends on there with Jen for a really long time, but I didn’t because maybe you’d still think it was weird? :P

I bought the print version of the first series, and then when I got my kindle I got ebook versions of series 1 and 2, and I still haven’t finished book 1. I kind of miss the random geek updates, so if it’s okay, could I add you on facebook? I don’t know if you cross post blog updates to there too or not.

26 06 2011
raigne

I don’t use either service. I haven’t really using twitter either though. I have thought about adding you on facebook, and I know you said you didn’t mind several months ago, and I have been friends on there with Jen for a really long time, but I didn’t because maybe you’d still think it was weird? :P

I bought the print version of the first series, and then when I got my kindle I got ebook versions of series 1 and 2, and I still haven’t finished book 1. I kind of miss the random geek updates, so if it’s okay, could I add you on facebook? I don’t know if you cross post blog updates to there too or not.

26 06 2011
raigne

I don’t use either service. I haven’t really using twitter either though. I have thought about adding you on facebook, and I know you said you didn’t mind several months ago, and I have been friends on there with Jen for a really long time, but I didn’t because maybe you’d still think it was weird? :P
I bought the print version of the first series, and then when I got my kindle I got ebook versions of series 1 and 2, and I still haven’t finished book 1. I kind of miss the random geek updates, so if it’s okay, could I add you on facebook? I don’t know if you cross post blog updates to there too or not.

26 06 2011
raigne

I don’t use either service. I haven’t really using twitter either though. I have thought about adding you on facebook, and I know you said you didn’t mind several months ago, and I have been friends on there with Jen for a really long time, but I didn’t because maybe you’d still think it was weird? :P

I bought the print version of the first series, and then when I got my kindle I got ebook versions of series 1 and 2, and I still haven’t finished book 1. I kind of miss the random geek updates, so if it’s okay, could I add you on facebook? I don’t know if you cross post blog updates to there too or not.

26 06 2011
raigne

I don’t use either service. I haven’t really using twitter either though. I have thought about adding you on facebook, and I know you said you didn’t mind several months ago, and I have been friends on there with Jen for a really long time, but I didn’t because maybe you’d still think it was weird? :P

I bought the print version of the first series, and then when I got my kindle I got ebook versions of series 1 and 2, and I still haven’t finished book 1. I kind of miss the random geek updates, so if it’s okay, could I add you on facebook? I don’t know if you cross post blog updates to there too or not.

26 06 2011
raigne

I don’t use either service. I haven’t really using twitter either though. I have thought about adding you on facebook, and I know you said you didn’t mind several months ago, and I have been friends on there with Jen for a really long time, but I didn’t because maybe you’d still think it was weird? :P

I bought the print version of the first series, and then when I got my kindle I got ebook versions of series 1 and 2, and I still haven’t finished book 1. I kind of miss the random geek updates, so if it’s okay, could I add you on facebook? I don’t know if you cross post blog updates to there too or not.

26 06 2011
raigne

I don’t use either service. I haven’t really using twitter either though. I have thought about adding you on facebook, and I know you said you didn’t mind several months ago, and I have been friends on there with Jen for a really long time, but I didn’t because maybe you’d still think it was weird? :P

I bought the print version of the first series, and then when I got my kindle I got ebook versions of series 1 and 2, and I still haven’t finished book 1. I kind of miss the random geek updates, so if it’s okay, could I add you on facebook? I don’t know if you cross post blog updates to there too or not.

26 06 2011
raigne

I don’t use either service. I haven’t really using twitter either though. I have thought about adding you on facebook, and I know you said you didn’t mind several months ago, and I have been friends on there with Jen for a really long time, but I didn’t because maybe you’d still think it was weird? :P

I bought the print version of the first series, and then when I got my kindle I got ebook versions of series 1 and 2, and I still haven’t finished book 1. I kind of miss the random geek updates, so if it’s okay, could I add you on facebook? I don’t know if you cross post blog updates to there too or not.

26 06 2011
raigne

I don’t use either service. I haven’t really using twitter either though. I have thought about adding you on facebook, and I know you said you didn’t mind several months ago, and I have been friends on there with Jen for a really long time, but I didn’t because maybe you’d still think it was weird? :P

I bought the print version of the first series, and then when I got my kindle I got ebook versions of series 1 and 2, and I still haven’t finished book 1. I kind of miss the random geek updates, so if it’s okay, could I add you on facebook? I don’t know if you cross post blog updates to there too or not.

26 06 2011
raigne

I don’t use either service. I haven’t really using twitter either though. I have thought about adding you on facebook, and I know you said you didn’t mind several months ago, and I have been friends on there with Jen for a really long time, but I didn’t because maybe you’d still think it was weird? :P

I bought the print version of the first series, and then when I got my kindle I got ebook versions of series 1 and 2, and I still haven’t finished book 1. I kind of miss the random geek updates, so if it’s okay, could I add you on facebook? I don’t know if you cross post blog updates to there too or not.

26 06 2011
raigne

I don’t use either service. I haven’t really using twitter either though. I have thought about adding you on facebook, and I know you said you didn’t mind several months ago, and I have been friends on there with Jen for a really long time, but I didn’t because maybe you’d still think it was weird? :P

I bought the print version of the first series, and then when I got my kindle I got ebook versions of series 1 and 2, and I still haven’t finished book 1. I kind of miss the random geek updates, so if it’s okay, could I add you on facebook? I don’t know if you cross post blog updates to there too or not.

26 06 2011
raigne

I don’t use either service. I haven’t really using twitter either though. I have thought about adding you on facebook, and I know you said you didn’t mind several months ago, and I have been friends on there with Jen for a really long time, but I didn’t because maybe you’d still think it was weird? :P

I bought the print version of the first series, and then when I got my kindle I got ebook versions of series 1 and 2, and I still haven’t finished book 1. I kind of miss the random geek updates, so if it’s okay, could I add you on facebook? I don’t know if you cross post blog updates to there too or not.

26 06 2011
raigne

I don’t use either service. I haven’t really using twitter either though. I have thought about adding you on facebook, and I know you said you didn’t mind several months ago, and I have been friends on there with Jen for a really long time, but I didn’t because maybe you’d still think it was weird? :P

I bought the print version of the first series, and then when I got my kindle I got ebook versions of series 1 and 2, and I still haven’t finished book 1. I kind of miss the random geek updates, so if it’s okay, could I add you on facebook? I don’t know if you cross post blog updates to there too or not.

26 06 2011
raigne

I don’t use either service. I haven’t really using twitter either though. I have thought about adding you on facebook, and I know you said you didn’t mind several months ago, and I have been friends on there with Jen for a really long time, but I didn’t because maybe you’d still think it was weird? :P

I bought the print version of the first series, and then when I got my kindle I got ebook versions of series 1 and 2, and I still haven’t finished book 1. I kind of miss the random geek updates, so if it’s okay, could I add you on facebook? I don’t know if you cross post blog updates to there too or not.

26 06 2011
raigne

I don’t use either service. I haven’t really using twitter either though. I have thought about adding you on facebook, and I know you said you didn’t mind several months ago, and I have been friends on there with Jen for a really long time, but I didn’t because maybe you’d still think it was weird? :P

I bought the print version of the first series, and then when I got my kindle I got ebook versions of series 1 and 2, and I still haven’t finished book 1. I kind of miss the random geek updates, so if it’s okay, could I add you on facebook? I don’t know if you cross post blog updates to there too or not.

26 06 2011
raigne

I don’t use either service. I haven’t really using twitter either though. I have thought about adding you on facebook, and I know you said you didn’t mind several months ago, and I have been friends on there with Jen for a really long time, but I didn’t because maybe you’d still think it was weird? :P

I bought the print version of the first series, and then when I got my kindle I got ebook versions of series 1 and 2, and I still haven’t finished book 1. I kind of miss the random geek updates, so if it’s okay, could I add you on facebook? I don’t know if you cross post blog updates to there too or not.

26 06 2011
raigne

I don’t use either service. I haven’t really using twitter either though. I have thought about adding you on facebook, and I know you said you didn’t mind several months ago, and I have been friends on there with Jen for a really long time, but I didn’t because maybe you’d still think it was weird? :P

I bought the print version of the first series, and then when I got my kindle I got ebook versions of series 1 and 2, and I still haven’t finished book 1. I kind of miss the random geek updates, so if it’s okay, could I add you on facebook? I don’t know if you cross post blog updates to there too or not.

26 06 2011
raigne

I don’t use either service. I haven’t really using twitter either though. I have thought about adding you on facebook, and I know you said you didn’t mind several months ago, and I have been friends on there with Jen for a really long time, but I didn’t because maybe you’d still think it was weird? :P

I bought the print version of the first series, and then when I got my kindle I got ebook versions of series 1 and 2, and I still haven’t finished book 1. I kind of miss the random geek updates, so if it’s okay, could I add you on facebook? I don’t know if you cross post blog updates to there too or not.

26 06 2011
raigne

I don’t use either service. I haven’t really using twitter either though. I have thought about adding you on facebook, and I know you said you didn’t mind several months ago, and I have been friends on there with Jen for a really long time, but I didn’t because maybe you’d still think it was weird? :P

I bought the print version of the first series, and then when I got my kindle I got ebook versions of series 1 and 2, and I still haven’t finished book 1. I kind of miss the random geek updates, so if it’s okay, could I add you on facebook? I don’t know if you cross post blog updates to there too or not.

26 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Go ahead and FB add me. I gave up trying to limit my friend list there a long time ago; I figure my page is public, so anyone who wants to follow it in their news feed too is welcome. :)
My FB is an echo of my Twitter feed, so yeah, the blog posts will appear there as well.

26 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Go ahead and FB add me. I gave up trying to limit my friend list there a long time ago; I figure my page is public, so anyone who wants to follow it in their news feed too is welcome. :)

My FB is an echo of my Twitter feed, so yeah, the blog posts will appear there as well.

26 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Go ahead and FB add me. I gave up trying to limit my friend list there a long time ago; I figure my page is public, so anyone who wants to follow it in their news feed too is welcome. :)

My FB is an echo of my Twitter feed, so yeah, the blog posts will appear there as well.

26 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Go ahead and FB add me. I gave up trying to limit my friend list there a long time ago; I figure my page is public, so anyone who wants to follow it in their news feed too is welcome. :)

My FB is an echo of my Twitter feed, so yeah, the blog posts will appear there as well.

26 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Go ahead and FB add me. I gave up trying to limit my friend list there a long time ago; I figure my page is public, so anyone who wants to follow it in their news feed too is welcome. :)
My FB is an echo of my Twitter feed, so yeah, the blog posts will appear there as well.

26 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Go ahead and FB add me. I gave up trying to limit my friend list there a long time ago; I figure my page is public, so anyone who wants to follow it in their news feed too is welcome. :)

My FB is an echo of my Twitter feed, so yeah, the blog posts will appear there as well.

26 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Go ahead and FB add me. I gave up trying to limit my friend list there a long time ago; I figure my page is public, so anyone who wants to follow it in their news feed too is welcome. :)

My FB is an echo of my Twitter feed, so yeah, the blog posts will appear there as well.

26 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Go ahead and FB add me. I gave up trying to limit my friend list there a long time ago; I figure my page is public, so anyone who wants to follow it in their news feed too is welcome. :)

My FB is an echo of my Twitter feed, so yeah, the blog posts will appear there as well.

26 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Go ahead and FB add me. I gave up trying to limit my friend list there a long time ago; I figure my page is public, so anyone who wants to follow it in their news feed too is welcome. :)

My FB is an echo of my Twitter feed, so yeah, the blog posts will appear there as well.

26 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Go ahead and FB add me. I gave up trying to limit my friend list there a long time ago; I figure my page is public, so anyone who wants to follow it in their news feed too is welcome. :)

My FB is an echo of my Twitter feed, so yeah, the blog posts will appear there as well.

26 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Go ahead and FB add me. I gave up trying to limit my friend list there a long time ago; I figure my page is public, so anyone who wants to follow it in their news feed too is welcome. :)

My FB is an echo of my Twitter feed, so yeah, the blog posts will appear there as well.

26 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Go ahead and FB add me. I gave up trying to limit my friend list there a long time ago; I figure my page is public, so anyone who wants to follow it in their news feed too is welcome. :)

My FB is an echo of my Twitter feed, so yeah, the blog posts will appear there as well.

26 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Go ahead and FB add me. I gave up trying to limit my friend list there a long time ago; I figure my page is public, so anyone who wants to follow it in their news feed too is welcome. :)

My FB is an echo of my Twitter feed, so yeah, the blog posts will appear there as well.

26 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Go ahead and FB add me. I gave up trying to limit my friend list there a long time ago; I figure my page is public, so anyone who wants to follow it in their news feed too is welcome. :)

My FB is an echo of my Twitter feed, so yeah, the blog posts will appear there as well.

26 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Go ahead and FB add me. I gave up trying to limit my friend list there a long time ago; I figure my page is public, so anyone who wants to follow it in their news feed too is welcome. :)

My FB is an echo of my Twitter feed, so yeah, the blog posts will appear there as well.

26 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Go ahead and FB add me. I gave up trying to limit my friend list there a long time ago; I figure my page is public, so anyone who wants to follow it in their news feed too is welcome. :)

My FB is an echo of my Twitter feed, so yeah, the blog posts will appear there as well.

26 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Go ahead and FB add me. I gave up trying to limit my friend list there a long time ago; I figure my page is public, so anyone who wants to follow it in their news feed too is welcome. :)

My FB is an echo of my Twitter feed, so yeah, the blog posts will appear there as well.

26 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Go ahead and FB add me. I gave up trying to limit my friend list there a long time ago; I figure my page is public, so anyone who wants to follow it in their news feed too is welcome. :)

My FB is an echo of my Twitter feed, so yeah, the blog posts will appear there as well.

26 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Go ahead and FB add me. I gave up trying to limit my friend list there a long time ago; I figure my page is public, so anyone who wants to follow it in their news feed too is welcome. :)

My FB is an echo of my Twitter feed, so yeah, the blog posts will appear there as well.

26 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Go ahead and FB add me. I gave up trying to limit my friend list there a long time ago; I figure my page is public, so anyone who wants to follow it in their news feed too is welcome. :)

My FB is an echo of my Twitter feed, so yeah, the blog posts will appear there as well.

26 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Go ahead and FB add me. I gave up trying to limit my friend list there a long time ago; I figure my page is public, so anyone who wants to follow it in their news feed too is welcome. :)

My FB is an echo of my Twitter feed, so yeah, the blog posts will appear there as well.

26 06 2011
lirazel

Ah, that brings up another point! Would you still be using LJ for Life, the Universe, and Everything announcements?

26 06 2011
lirazel

Ah, that brings up another point! Would you still be using LJ for Life, the Universe, and Everything announcements?

26 06 2011
lirazel

Ah, that brings up another point! Would you still be using LJ for Life, the Universe, and Everything announcements?

26 06 2011
lirazel

Ah, that brings up another point! Would you still be using LJ for Life, the Universe, and Everything announcements?

26 06 2011
lirazel

Ah, that brings up another point! Would you still be using LJ for Life, the Universe, and Everything announcements?

26 06 2011
lirazel

Ah, that brings up another point! Would you still be using LJ for Life, the Universe, and Everything announcements?

26 06 2011
lirazel

Ah, that brings up another point! Would you still be using LJ for Life, the Universe, and Everything announcements?

26 06 2011
lirazel

Ah, that brings up another point! Would you still be using LJ for Life, the Universe, and Everything announcements?

26 06 2011
lirazel

Ah, that brings up another point! Would you still be using LJ for Life, the Universe, and Everything announcements?

26 06 2011
lirazel

Ah, that brings up another point! Would you still be using LJ for Life, the Universe, and Everything announcements?

26 06 2011
lirazel

Ah, that brings up another point! Would you still be using LJ for Life, the Universe, and Everything announcements?

26 06 2011
lirazel

Ah, that brings up another point! Would you still be using LJ for Life, the Universe, and Everything announcements?

26 06 2011
lirazel

Ah, that brings up another point! Would you still be using LJ for Life, the Universe, and Everything announcements?

26 06 2011
lirazel

Ah, that brings up another point! Would you still be using LJ for Life, the Universe, and Everything announcements?

26 06 2011
lirazel

Ah, that brings up another point! Would you still be using LJ for Life, the Universe, and Everything announcements?

26 06 2011
lirazel

Ah, that brings up another point! Would you still be using LJ for Life, the Universe, and Everything announcements?

26 06 2011
lirazel

Ah, that brings up another point! Would you still be using LJ for Life, the Universe, and Everything announcements?

26 06 2011
lirazel

Ah, that brings up another point! Would you still be using LJ for Life, the Universe, and Everything announcements?

26 06 2011
lirazel

Ah, that brings up another point! Would you still be using LJ for Life, the Universe, and Everything announcements?

26 06 2011
lirazel

Ah, that brings up another point! Would you still be using LJ for Life, the Universe, and Everything announcements?

26 06 2011
lirazel

Ah, that brings up another point! Would you still be using LJ for Life, the Universe, and Everything announcements?

27 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Frankly, for personal bloggerations, I’ve been using Twitter/FB for the last few years. It suits my life much better; quick personal thoughts, rather than being forced to find some way to encapsulate it into an essay format blog post.

27 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Frankly, for personal bloggerations, I’ve been using Twitter/FB for the last few years. It suits my life much better; quick personal thoughts, rather than being forced to find some way to encapsulate it into an essay format blog post.

27 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Frankly, for personal bloggerations, I’ve been using Twitter/FB for the last few years. It suits my life much better; quick personal thoughts, rather than being forced to find some way to encapsulate it into an essay format blog post.

27 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Frankly, for personal bloggerations, I’ve been using Twitter/FB for the last few years. It suits my life much better; quick personal thoughts, rather than being forced to find some way to encapsulate it into an essay format blog post.

27 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Frankly, for personal bloggerations, I’ve been using Twitter/FB for the last few years. It suits my life much better; quick personal thoughts, rather than being forced to find some way to encapsulate it into an essay format blog post.

27 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Frankly, for personal bloggerations, I’ve been using Twitter/FB for the last few years. It suits my life much better; quick personal thoughts, rather than being forced to find some way to encapsulate it into an essay format blog post.

27 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Frankly, for personal bloggerations, I’ve been using Twitter/FB for the last few years. It suits my life much better; quick personal thoughts, rather than being forced to find some way to encapsulate it into an essay format blog post.

27 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Frankly, for personal bloggerations, I’ve been using Twitter/FB for the last few years. It suits my life much better; quick personal thoughts, rather than being forced to find some way to encapsulate it into an essay format blog post.

27 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Frankly, for personal bloggerations, I’ve been using Twitter/FB for the last few years. It suits my life much better; quick personal thoughts, rather than being forced to find some way to encapsulate it into an essay format blog post.

27 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Frankly, for personal bloggerations, I’ve been using Twitter/FB for the last few years. It suits my life much better; quick personal thoughts, rather than being forced to find some way to encapsulate it into an essay format blog post.

27 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Frankly, for personal bloggerations, I’ve been using Twitter/FB for the last few years. It suits my life much better; quick personal thoughts, rather than being forced to find some way to encapsulate it into an essay format blog post.

27 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Frankly, for personal bloggerations, I’ve been using Twitter/FB for the last few years. It suits my life much better; quick personal thoughts, rather than being forced to find some way to encapsulate it into an essay format blog post.

27 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Frankly, for personal bloggerations, I’ve been using Twitter/FB for the last few years. It suits my life much better; quick personal thoughts, rather than being forced to find some way to encapsulate it into an essay format blog post.

27 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Frankly, for personal bloggerations, I’ve been using Twitter/FB for the last few years. It suits my life much better; quick personal thoughts, rather than being forced to find some way to encapsulate it into an essay format blog post.

27 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Frankly, for personal bloggerations, I’ve been using Twitter/FB for the last few years. It suits my life much better; quick personal thoughts, rather than being forced to find some way to encapsulate it into an essay format blog post.

27 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Frankly, for personal bloggerations, I’ve been using Twitter/FB for the last few years. It suits my life much better; quick personal thoughts, rather than being forced to find some way to encapsulate it into an essay format blog post.

27 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Frankly, for personal bloggerations, I’ve been using Twitter/FB for the last few years. It suits my life much better; quick personal thoughts, rather than being forced to find some way to encapsulate it into an essay format blog post.

27 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Frankly, for personal bloggerations, I’ve been using Twitter/FB for the last few years. It suits my life much better; quick personal thoughts, rather than being forced to find some way to encapsulate it into an essay format blog post.

27 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Frankly, for personal bloggerations, I’ve been using Twitter/FB for the last few years. It suits my life much better; quick personal thoughts, rather than being forced to find some way to encapsulate it into an essay format blog post.

27 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Frankly, for personal bloggerations, I’ve been using Twitter/FB for the last few years. It suits my life much better; quick personal thoughts, rather than being forced to find some way to encapsulate it into an essay format blog post.

27 06 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Frankly, for personal bloggerations, I’ve been using Twitter/FB for the last few years. It suits my life much better; quick personal thoughts, rather than being forced to find some way to encapsulate it into an essay format blog post.

27 06 2011
lirazel

Then … I’ve been missing gobs of Real Life for the past 3 years?
Sigh.
I don’t trust either twitter or fb to protect my data. And there are huge issues for someone my age who might be looking for work and uses either. I don’t see myself ever using them.
Guess I’ll have to be content with the stories.

27 06 2011
lirazel

Then … I’ve been missing gobs of Real Life for the past 3 years?

Sigh.

I don’t trust either twitter or fb to protect my data. And there are huge issues for someone my age who might be looking for work and uses either. I don’t see myself ever using them.

Guess I’ll have to be content with the stories.

27 06 2011
lirazel

Then … I’ve been missing gobs of Real Life for the past 3 years?

Sigh.

I don’t trust either twitter or fb to protect my data. And there are huge issues for someone my age who might be looking for work and uses either. I don’t see myself ever using them.

Guess I’ll have to be content with the stories.

27 06 2011
lirazel

Then … I’ve been missing gobs of Real Life for the past 3 years?

Sigh.

I don’t trust either twitter or fb to protect my data. And there are huge issues for someone my age who might be looking for work and uses either. I don’t see myself ever using them.

Guess I’ll have to be content with the stories.

27 06 2011
lirazel

Then … I’ve been missing gobs of Real Life for the past 3 years?
Sigh.
I don’t trust either twitter or fb to protect my data. And there are huge issues for someone my age who might be looking for work and uses either. I don’t see myself ever using them.
Guess I’ll have to be content with the stories.

27 06 2011
lirazel

Then … I’ve been missing gobs of Real Life for the past 3 years?

Sigh.

I don’t trust either twitter or fb to protect my data. And there are huge issues for someone my age who might be looking for work and uses either. I don’t see myself ever using them.

Guess I’ll have to be content with the stories.

27 06 2011
lirazel

Then … I’ve been missing gobs of Real Life for the past 3 years?

Sigh.

I don’t trust either twitter or fb to protect my data. And there are huge issues for someone my age who might be looking for work and uses either. I don’t see myself ever using them.

Guess I’ll have to be content with the stories.

27 06 2011
lirazel

Then … I’ve been missing gobs of Real Life for the past 3 years?

Sigh.

I don’t trust either twitter or fb to protect my data. And there are huge issues for someone my age who might be looking for work and uses either. I don’t see myself ever using them.

Guess I’ll have to be content with the stories.

27 06 2011
lirazel

Then … I’ve been missing gobs of Real Life for the past 3 years?

Sigh.

I don’t trust either twitter or fb to protect my data. And there are huge issues for someone my age who might be looking for work and uses either. I don’t see myself ever using them.

Guess I’ll have to be content with the stories.

27 06 2011
lirazel

Then … I’ve been missing gobs of Real Life for the past 3 years?

Sigh.

I don’t trust either twitter or fb to protect my data. And there are huge issues for someone my age who might be looking for work and uses either. I don’t see myself ever using them.

Guess I’ll have to be content with the stories.

27 06 2011
lirazel

Then … I’ve been missing gobs of Real Life for the past 3 years?

Sigh.

I don’t trust either twitter or fb to protect my data. And there are huge issues for someone my age who might be looking for work and uses either. I don’t see myself ever using them.

Guess I’ll have to be content with the stories.

27 06 2011
lirazel

Then … I’ve been missing gobs of Real Life for the past 3 years?

Sigh.

I don’t trust either twitter or fb to protect my data. And there are huge issues for someone my age who might be looking for work and uses either. I don’t see myself ever using them.

Guess I’ll have to be content with the stories.

27 06 2011
lirazel

Then … I’ve been missing gobs of Real Life for the past 3 years?

Sigh.

I don’t trust either twitter or fb to protect my data. And there are huge issues for someone my age who might be looking for work and uses either. I don’t see myself ever using them.

Guess I’ll have to be content with the stories.

27 06 2011
lirazel

Then … I’ve been missing gobs of Real Life for the past 3 years?

Sigh.

I don’t trust either twitter or fb to protect my data. And there are huge issues for someone my age who might be looking for work and uses either. I don’t see myself ever using them.

Guess I’ll have to be content with the stories.

27 06 2011
lirazel

Then … I’ve been missing gobs of Real Life for the past 3 years?

Sigh.

I don’t trust either twitter or fb to protect my data. And there are huge issues for someone my age who might be looking for work and uses either. I don’t see myself ever using them.

Guess I’ll have to be content with the stories.

27 06 2011
lirazel

Then … I’ve been missing gobs of Real Life for the past 3 years?

Sigh.

I don’t trust either twitter or fb to protect my data. And there are huge issues for someone my age who might be looking for work and uses either. I don’t see myself ever using them.

Guess I’ll have to be content with the stories.

27 06 2011
lirazel

Then … I’ve been missing gobs of Real Life for the past 3 years?

Sigh.

I don’t trust either twitter or fb to protect my data. And there are huge issues for someone my age who might be looking for work and uses either. I don’t see myself ever using them.

Guess I’ll have to be content with the stories.

27 06 2011
lirazel

Then … I’ve been missing gobs of Real Life for the past 3 years?

Sigh.

I don’t trust either twitter or fb to protect my data. And there are huge issues for someone my age who might be looking for work and uses either. I don’t see myself ever using them.

Guess I’ll have to be content with the stories.

27 06 2011
lirazel

Then … I’ve been missing gobs of Real Life for the past 3 years?

Sigh.

I don’t trust either twitter or fb to protect my data. And there are huge issues for someone my age who might be looking for work and uses either. I don’t see myself ever using them.

Guess I’ll have to be content with the stories.

27 06 2011
lirazel

Then … I’ve been missing gobs of Real Life for the past 3 years?

Sigh.

I don’t trust either twitter or fb to protect my data. And there are huge issues for someone my age who might be looking for work and uses either. I don’t see myself ever using them.

Guess I’ll have to be content with the stories.

27 06 2011
lirazel

Then … I’ve been missing gobs of Real Life for the past 3 years?

Sigh.

I don’t trust either twitter or fb to protect my data. And there are huge issues for someone my age who might be looking for work and uses either. I don’t see myself ever using them.

Guess I’ll have to be content with the stories.

27 06 2011
cmdr_zoom

Not a Twitter user because I rarely have anything worth saying (as evidenced by the infrequency of my LJ posts, and possibly by the content of the ones I do make) and no desire to fill the emptiness with natter. Like Jim Lovell, I see no need to inform “the entire Western world how my kidneys are functioning.”
Not a Facebook user because, well, Facebook.

27 06 2011
cmdr_zoom

Not a Twitter user because I rarely have anything worth saying (as evidenced by the infrequency of my LJ posts, and possibly by the content of the ones I do make) and no desire to fill the emptiness with natter. Like Jim Lovell, I see no need to inform “the entire Western world how my kidneys are functioning.”

Not a Facebook user because, well, Facebook.

27 06 2011
cmdr_zoom

Not a Twitter user because I rarely have anything worth saying (as evidenced by the infrequency of my LJ posts, and possibly by the content of the ones I do make) and no desire to fill the emptiness with natter. Like Jim Lovell, I see no need to inform “the entire Western world how my kidneys are functioning.”

Not a Facebook user because, well, Facebook.

27 06 2011
cmdr_zoom

Not a Twitter user because I rarely have anything worth saying (as evidenced by the infrequency of my LJ posts, and possibly by the content of the ones I do make) and no desire to fill the emptiness with natter. Like Jim Lovell, I see no need to inform “the entire Western world how my kidneys are functioning.”

Not a Facebook user because, well, Facebook.

27 06 2011
cmdr_zoom

Not a Twitter user because I rarely have anything worth saying (as evidenced by the infrequency of my LJ posts, and possibly by the content of the ones I do make) and no desire to fill the emptiness with natter. Like Jim Lovell, I see no need to inform “the entire Western world how my kidneys are functioning.”
Not a Facebook user because, well, Facebook.

27 06 2011
cmdr_zoom

Not a Twitter user because I rarely have anything worth saying (as evidenced by the infrequency of my LJ posts, and possibly by the content of the ones I do make) and no desire to fill the emptiness with natter. Like Jim Lovell, I see no need to inform “the entire Western world how my kidneys are functioning.”

Not a Facebook user because, well, Facebook.

27 06 2011
cmdr_zoom

Not a Twitter user because I rarely have anything worth saying (as evidenced by the infrequency of my LJ posts, and possibly by the content of the ones I do make) and no desire to fill the emptiness with natter. Like Jim Lovell, I see no need to inform “the entire Western world how my kidneys are functioning.”

Not a Facebook user because, well, Facebook.

27 06 2011
cmdr_zoom

Not a Twitter user because I rarely have anything worth saying (as evidenced by the infrequency of my LJ posts, and possibly by the content of the ones I do make) and no desire to fill the emptiness with natter. Like Jim Lovell, I see no need to inform “the entire Western world how my kidneys are functioning.”

Not a Facebook user because, well, Facebook.

27 06 2011
cmdr_zoom

Not a Twitter user because I rarely have anything worth saying (as evidenced by the infrequency of my LJ posts, and possibly by the content of the ones I do make) and no desire to fill the emptiness with natter. Like Jim Lovell, I see no need to inform “the entire Western world how my kidneys are functioning.”

Not a Facebook user because, well, Facebook.

27 06 2011
cmdr_zoom

Not a Twitter user because I rarely have anything worth saying (as evidenced by the infrequency of my LJ posts, and possibly by the content of the ones I do make) and no desire to fill the emptiness with natter. Like Jim Lovell, I see no need to inform “the entire Western world how my kidneys are functioning.”

Not a Facebook user because, well, Facebook.

27 06 2011
cmdr_zoom

Not a Twitter user because I rarely have anything worth saying (as evidenced by the infrequency of my LJ posts, and possibly by the content of the ones I do make) and no desire to fill the emptiness with natter. Like Jim Lovell, I see no need to inform “the entire Western world how my kidneys are functioning.”

Not a Facebook user because, well, Facebook.

27 06 2011
cmdr_zoom

Not a Twitter user because I rarely have anything worth saying (as evidenced by the infrequency of my LJ posts, and possibly by the content of the ones I do make) and no desire to fill the emptiness with natter. Like Jim Lovell, I see no need to inform “the entire Western world how my kidneys are functioning.”

Not a Facebook user because, well, Facebook.

27 06 2011
cmdr_zoom

Not a Twitter user because I rarely have anything worth saying (as evidenced by the infrequency of my LJ posts, and possibly by the content of the ones I do make) and no desire to fill the emptiness with natter. Like Jim Lovell, I see no need to inform “the entire Western world how my kidneys are functioning.”

Not a Facebook user because, well, Facebook.

27 06 2011
cmdr_zoom

Not a Twitter user because I rarely have anything worth saying (as evidenced by the infrequency of my LJ posts, and possibly by the content of the ones I do make) and no desire to fill the emptiness with natter. Like Jim Lovell, I see no need to inform “the entire Western world how my kidneys are functioning.”

Not a Facebook user because, well, Facebook.

27 06 2011
cmdr_zoom

Not a Twitter user because I rarely have anything worth saying (as evidenced by the infrequency of my LJ posts, and possibly by the content of the ones I do make) and no desire to fill the emptiness with natter. Like Jim Lovell, I see no need to inform “the entire Western world how my kidneys are functioning.”

Not a Facebook user because, well, Facebook.

27 06 2011
cmdr_zoom

Not a Twitter user because I rarely have anything worth saying (as evidenced by the infrequency of my LJ posts, and possibly by the content of the ones I do make) and no desire to fill the emptiness with natter. Like Jim Lovell, I see no need to inform “the entire Western world how my kidneys are functioning.”

Not a Facebook user because, well, Facebook.

27 06 2011
cmdr_zoom

Not a Twitter user because I rarely have anything worth saying (as evidenced by the infrequency of my LJ posts, and possibly by the content of the ones I do make) and no desire to fill the emptiness with natter. Like Jim Lovell, I see no need to inform “the entire Western world how my kidneys are functioning.”

Not a Facebook user because, well, Facebook.

27 06 2011
cmdr_zoom

Not a Twitter user because I rarely have anything worth saying (as evidenced by the infrequency of my LJ posts, and possibly by the content of the ones I do make) and no desire to fill the emptiness with natter. Like Jim Lovell, I see no need to inform “the entire Western world how my kidneys are functioning.”

Not a Facebook user because, well, Facebook.

27 06 2011
cmdr_zoom

Not a Twitter user because I rarely have anything worth saying (as evidenced by the infrequency of my LJ posts, and possibly by the content of the ones I do make) and no desire to fill the emptiness with natter. Like Jim Lovell, I see no need to inform “the entire Western world how my kidneys are functioning.”

Not a Facebook user because, well, Facebook.

27 06 2011
cmdr_zoom

Not a Twitter user because I rarely have anything worth saying (as evidenced by the infrequency of my LJ posts, and possibly by the content of the ones I do make) and no desire to fill the emptiness with natter. Like Jim Lovell, I see no need to inform “the entire Western world how my kidneys are functioning.”

Not a Facebook user because, well, Facebook.

27 06 2011
cmdr_zoom

Not a Twitter user because I rarely have anything worth saying (as evidenced by the infrequency of my LJ posts, and possibly by the content of the ones I do make) and no desire to fill the emptiness with natter. Like Jim Lovell, I see no need to inform “the entire Western world how my kidneys are functioning.”

Not a Facebook user because, well, Facebook.

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