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29 March 2010 @ 09:39 am
Liquidstar.org Reincarnated  
So just over a week ago now, I went live with the latest version of liquidstar.org. I've been updating regularly there, and I intend to continue doing so. With a heck of a lot more time to myself lately, I've needed an outlet for all the thinking I do, and getting back into blogging seemed the way to go.

I'm not sure how to approach this journal in that respect, though, as I'd like to keep it current for anyone that still reads, but I don't want to necessarily cross-post, and I don't think I'll feel the desire to write about anything here that I wouldn't just write about at liquidstar. There is always the liquidstar_feed account for those of you that would like to follow the RSS straight up, but still...

Along those lines, a poll:
Poll #1544359 What to do about journal vs. liquidstar?

How would you like me to handle the journal vs. liquidstar issue?

Flat-out cross-post entire entries in your journal from liquidstar, but still let me comment on the entries here if I want
1(50.0%)
Flat-out cross-post entire entries in your journal from liquidstar, and you can disable comments here since I'll leave one there if I have anything to say
0(0.0%)
Cross-post links in your journal to the entries at liquidstar, but still let me comment on the entries here if I want
0(0.0%)
Cross-post links in your journal to the entries at liquidstar, and you can disable comments here since I'll leave one there if I have anything to say
1(50.0%)
Leave your journal alone and let the liquidstar_feed do it's job, I'll see the RSS on my friends page
0(0.0%)


If you have any other ideas or anything else to add, comment away!
 
 
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Scott Kskreidle on March 29th, 2010 12:38 am (UTC)
Indeed, I'm generally pretty public by choice, though I did lock down my LJ to Friends Only during stepson-custody stuff, just in case, and that's how it still is.
Melody: magiccomeseptember on March 29th, 2010 12:46 am (UTC)
Yeah, that I know, and it is indeed a good way to go about things in that regard. I've become far more public after so much time on the Web and realizing that anyone who really wanted to find information about me, no matter how vigilant I was at protecting it, would know how to go about getting it. What's the point in adding that stress every day? Of course, there are certain lines, particularly with respect to work stuff, that I still try to keep drawn, but seriously...life's too short to make mountains out of molehills every day. ;)
Scott Kskreidle on March 29th, 2010 01:15 am (UTC)
Agreed again. On LJ, though, it was as simple as a) setting default post security, and b) running a utility once to change a period of older entries. :)
Melody: springcomeseptember on March 29th, 2010 01:43 am (UTC)
Heh, yeah, it's nice when necessary evils are at least easy to do!