[Grief] Live discussions on livejournal

andy at flesheatingants.com andy at flesheatingants.com
Fri Apr 14 20:10:05 PDT 2006


Quoting name pending <aisuelite at gmail.com>:

> yes, an archive is a very nice thought.  if we really established such a
> thing and it was thorough and thoughtful, I think it'd be nice if it was
> available on the brainwashed.com site.
>
> On 4/14/06, C. A. Polk <capolk at hotmail.com> wrote:
>>
>> As I said from the outset, the whole "bloggish" thing kinda doesn't sit
As I've said, if there's good reviews/analysis then I'll include them  
on the brainwashed site when I revamp the live section - just give me  
something good to use!



>> with
>> me all that great to begin with. But, a friend of mine showed me lj, and I
>> just found it to be very simple, direct and user-friendly. (As opposed to
>> myspace, which another friend talked me into exploring once, and which I
>> got
>> utterly fed up with in less than 48 hours.)
>>
>> And I don't think a separate list is really the way to go either. I mean,
>> hey - look how much we've livened this one up in a few days!  : p
>>
>> What has sort of kicked into a bit higher level though, for me, is the
>> suggestion that someone made - forgot who now, I believe it was both
>> Andrew
>> and someone else - that what we do here could possibly form the basis of a
>> future, in-depth info archive for it all. Which I think would be a really
>> great thing to do. So - let's wish ourselves luck!
>>
>> >From: "name pending" <aisuelite at gmail.com>
>> >I think it's a very good idea, and whatever works best is fine.  That's
>> how
>> >lj works, and I'm not sure it's the best medium regardless (I'm not a
>> "fan"
>> >of lj).  A seperate mailing list perhaps would work instead?
>>
>>
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