kshandra: figurine of a teddybear seated at an office desk, looking at a computer (ComputerBear)
This used to be a first-day-of-the-year meme, but doing it on the last day makes sense, too.

Free DW Account, Created on 2009-05-01 (#152315)
31,173 comments received, 3,996 comments posted
5,327 Journal Entries, 190 Tags, 0 Memories, 72 Icons

Permanent LJ Account, Created on 5 March 2001 (#69080)
30,599 Comments received, 48,206 Comments posted
5,323 Journal entries, 182 tags, 61 memories, 211 userpics

There used to be a lot more minutiae involved with this, but I don't have the brainpower to try and figure it out across the two platforms right now. (I did take this opportunity to start moving my RSS feeds from LJ to DW.)

Date: 2016-12-31 10:38 pm (UTC)From: [personal profile] vampwillow
vampwillow: my glowsticks create a pattern on a long exposure (blue)
There are so many options now as to where we might want to post our thoughts it is difficult to keep track of ourselves, let alone of others. I'm guessing that your entry for tomorrow will be little different to this one -- and sorry that you are somewhere cold -- so I hope things are warmer and nicer ahead.
Speaking of this journal I just noticed my friends page has only seven entries and most of those are one person's loud tweet blits. It doesn't even go back to the beginning of this month and doesn't have a "previous 50" link.

This used to be a social site with some like you taking it to the five minute refresh side and others taxing a browser with dozens of open-in-new-tab links from a lush friends page. I miss my ?skip=350

Now . . . not so social, and after digging into the connected journals it's not for lack of content. People are writing but it's not being shown unless new.

Did DreamWidth retain a working and useful friends page?


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