i started a livejournal
January 7, 2004 02:07 PM

I've held out for ages, but I finally caved and decided to create a livejournal. I kept finding things I wanted to comment on and being frustrated by the community's forced commenting anonymity if you're not a member. Plus it makes it easy to read other people's LJ's.

I have no idea what purpose this new site will serve. Perhaps as a cross-posting location for good blog writings. Perhaps as wholly original snippets of content.

If you have an LJ that I ought to be reading, let me know.

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oh cooooome on! You've GOT to quit moving/adding pages all over the place. You're a hard, hard girl to keep tabs on. I swear I've collected about 70 bookmarks for you over the last three years =) Yes, I suppose I could UPDATED them and keep track of you easier. But well, you know. I'm lazy and oh so forgetful.

these are the thoughts of Dach on January 13, 2004 01:10 PM

Dach, why don't we just agree that you'll never read my Livejournal and deal? It's not like I'm moving over there - in fact, it's turning into a repository of things that are too boring, short, banal, or otherwise meaningless to post on a real site.

Come to think of it, maybe a LJ is the answer to your writing woes. No pressure to perform well, as most people post complete shit in their LJ's. Whatdya say? ;)

these are the thoughts of april on January 13, 2004 04:37 PM
















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