ladyiapetus: (Doctor Who: Facepalm)
Livejournal is undergoing "emergency maintenance".

Dollars to donuts everybody will be switched over to the new friends page when LJ comes back up.
ladyiapetus: (Statler & Waldorf: WTF?)
Yeah, so I'm guessing by now everyone knows about being able to cross-post from LJ to Facebook and Twitter. Personally I think its a lousy idea and that LJ's only doing it to jump on the networking bandwagon. That being said...

Please do NOT cross-post ANY comment you make to my journal to Facebook or Twitter. This goes for ALL entries, from public to custom-friends-locked.

My LiveJournal life and my Facebook life are separate, and I intend to keep them that way. If I catch anyone doing this, well...I just may end up leaving LJ.
ladyiapetus: (Statler & Waldorf: WTF?)
Yeah, so I'm guessing by now everyone knows about being able to cross-post from LJ to Facebook and Twitter. Personally I think its a lousy idea and that LJ's only doing it to jump on the networking bandwagon. That being said...

Please do NOT cross-post ANY comment you make to my journal to Facebook or Twitter. This goes for ALL entries, from public to custom-friends-locked.

My LiveJournal life and my Facebook life are separate, and I intend to keep them that way. If I catch anyone doing this, well...I just may end up leaving LJ.
ladyiapetus: (Mythbusters: And then nothing happened)
There was LJ-kerfluffle?

And I missed it?
ladyiapetus: (Mythbusters: And then nothing happened)
There was LJ-kerfluffle?

And I missed it?
ladyiapetus: (Default)
Okay, am I like, the only person on my f-list who actually kinda-sorta likes the new layout for the profile pages?
ladyiapetus: (Default)
Okay, am I like, the only person on my f-list who actually kinda-sorta likes the new layout for the profile pages?
ladyiapetus: (KH: Unwritten)
Yeah, so, that strike thing that people are talking about? Where you go 24 hours tomorrow without posting or commenting or otherwise not using LJ?

S'not happening on this journal.

1) I don't post frequently enough that people would notice that I wasn't posting. Same with commenting.

2) It's going to be counter-productive. SUP isn't even going to notice, let alone care.

3) I really don't give a nerf that LJ has done away with the ad-free basic accounts, mainly because I haven't created a new basic account in years. I have a permanent account of my own, and before that I spent about four years paying to renew a paid account + the extra icons. All of my RP accounts that I can recall have Plus accounts, mainly so that I can have the limit of 15 icons as opposed to six.

And seriously, banner ads? Not that big a deal, people. Believe it or not LiveJournal is not the first and/or only site on the Internet to have them. They're on FF.Net, DeviantArt, and practically any site hosted by places like Angelfire, Yahoo!Geocities or MSN - and that's only the tip of the iceberg. And on the majority of those sites (FF.Net being the only exception among the sites listed above) the only way to get rid of the ads, if you don't have an ad-blocker, is to pay for an upgrade or a subscription to that site's service.

Fact of the matter is, nothing is completely free anymore. And banner ads make the World Wide Web go 'round.
ladyiapetus: (KH: Unwritten)
Yeah, so, that strike thing that people are talking about? Where you go 24 hours tomorrow without posting or commenting or otherwise not using LJ?

S'not happening on this journal.

1) I don't post frequently enough that people would notice that I wasn't posting. Same with commenting.

2) It's going to be counter-productive. SUP isn't even going to notice, let alone care.

3) I really don't give a nerf that LJ has done away with the ad-free basic accounts, mainly because I haven't created a new basic account in years. I have a permanent account of my own, and before that I spent about four years paying to renew a paid account + the extra icons. All of my RP accounts that I can recall have Plus accounts, mainly so that I can have the limit of 15 icons as opposed to six.

And seriously, banner ads? Not that big a deal, people. Believe it or not LiveJournal is not the first and/or only site on the Internet to have them. They're on FF.Net, DeviantArt, and practically any site hosted by places like Angelfire, Yahoo!Geocities or MSN - and that's only the tip of the iceberg. And on the majority of those sites (FF.Net being the only exception among the sites listed above) the only way to get rid of the ads, if you don't have an ad-blocker, is to pay for an upgrade or a subscription to that site's service.

Fact of the matter is, nothing is completely free anymore. And banner ads make the World Wide Web go 'round.
ladyiapetus: (Ruki: SO not amused)


This is a petition to stop the current changes in LJ. Feel free to ignore if you're not interested, or if you like the idea of SixApart turning LiveJournal into a clone of MySpace, and making it more "teenager-oriented". Even though all the money they get from paid accounts or paying for extra userpics and what not mostly comes from adults with jobs who use LiveJournal.
ladyiapetus: (Ruki: SO not amused)


This is a petition to stop the current changes in LJ. Feel free to ignore if you're not interested, or if you like the idea of SixApart turning LiveJournal into a clone of MySpace, and making it more "teenager-oriented". Even though all the money they get from paid accounts or paying for extra userpics and what not mostly comes from adults with jobs who use LiveJournal.
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What can I say? I was bored. )
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What can I say? I was bored. )

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