posted by [identity profile] nablacdotu.livejournal.com at 02:03am on 19/10/2009
1. Why?

2. No thanks.

3. I like Google Reader, but that may be because I use multiple computers. On third thought, perhaps I'd get more done at work if I didn't use Google Reader...

4. There's a lot of interesting academia blogs out there.
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posted by [identity profile] brainonfire.net at 02:47am on 19/10/2009
LJ is a lot more restrictive. I think that's the main reason people have been switching over. I don't have any personal experience with it, though.

(This comment is sort of so I can test out their OpenID capability.)
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posted by [personal profile] elusiveat at 02:51am on 19/10/2009
1. No new reasons, just residual disillusionment.

3. I'm going to try out Liferea. I'm continuing to resist being assimilated into Google's growing empire. (I still use the search engine, though.)

4. I know there are. Haven't gone out and located any yet. Do you have any specific recommendations? (Yeah, I know we're in rather different fields...)
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posted by [personal profile] elusiveat at 03:45am on 19/10/2009
2) Would you do me the small favor of friending my Dreamwidth account? Last I checked on this, I believe I could read LJ entries from my DW friends list, but only if the "friending" was mutual.
 
posted by [identity profile] nablacdotu.livejournal.com at 05:06am on 19/10/2009
Lemme know if it works now. Or do I have to do it from LJ? (How?)

Er, anyway, none of my LJ entries are private these days, hence the psuedo-anonymity and the 30-day expiration.

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