Category Archives: LiveJournal

What am I on about?

Around the beginning of each year, my thoughts regarding this blog usually turn to why I continue to maintain it; what my occasional readers might get out of it; what I get out of it, financially uncompensated as I am. … Continue reading

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First post (apart from the previous 697)

This is the first WordPress-powered post on SB+LB. The import seems to have worked well; LiveJournal has had a minor fit over the audacity of permanent redirects but otherwise they seem to be up and running. If anyone with a … Continue reading

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Apologies

Apologies to people viewing this blog through the RSS feed: LiveJournal decided to pick up on a glitch in my RSS feed and turn it into four posts.

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I wasn’t finished

The smallbeds feed on LiveJournal appears to have caught me mid-edit. Curse its uncompromising, semi-permanent bytes.

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Really a part of me

I swear I had no idea that user smallbeds had been set up. I wonder if CRB is aware of the pipe to his head?

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Trial as error

Well, that’s the end of that. I’ve had a play with LiveJournal, but not found it that interesting. That’s not strictly true—certainly not for some of the better writers on there—but it at least explains why, when flicking between the … Continue reading

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Ceci n’est pas la meme chose (LJ)

“What did you expect to see? A blade of grass bending in the wind? What did you go out to see? A man dressed up in fancy clothes? People who dress like that live in palaces! Tell me, what did … Continue reading

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