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Connections amongst the Interwebs

So far, it looks like this:

IMs: AIM (often), MSN (rarely)

Blogs: LJ (often), Dreamwidth (single post), Blogger/Blogspot (single post), WordPress (single post)

Other: deviantArt (often), Photobucket (on & off), Twitter (profile only), MySpace (profile only), Facebook (profile only), Etsy (shop still not open), two personally owned websites: chansonarts.com (slowly constructing something someday worthwhile) and dragonbear.com (SCA related and must update sometime)

This doesn't even count places where I'm a member for casual posts, such as Yahoo groups or gaming sites.  If I wanted to have all these active, I'd need 1000 hours a week to do it!   But, they exist and so I seem to think I should be there.  I post, I have a profile, therefore I am. 



( 6 comments — Leave a comment )
May. 19th, 2009 09:56 pm (UTC)
Over the past few months I have let LJ slide. I have not been reading LJ and feel delinquent. Real life has been getting in the way.
May. 19th, 2009 10:52 pm (UTC)
But maybe that's a good thing?
May. 20th, 2009 08:35 pm (UTC)
Agreed! Real life is better for you, though I'm one of those who still believe on-line people are real, too. :-)
May. 20th, 2009 08:41 pm (UTC)
definitely, definitely (maybe) ALWAYS!
May. 19th, 2009 10:55 pm (UTC)

LJ is my focus for online activity, but I have a Flickr account for photos, a Youtube account for videos (mainly aural portraits of things I want to share), a Deviant Art account for a (very few) drawings, and to follow my daughters, who draw, a Facebook account (very rarely updated; also to stalk my children), a Twitter account (to use as open IM w/my husband, who for some reason only likes Twitter), Photobucket, for things I don't want to put on Flickr or Deviant Art, Dreamwidth, just to mirror LJ, and single entries only on Blogger and Vox. I go by Asakiyume on lots of those but by Inatangle on some.

But really it's all about LJ, for me.
May. 20th, 2009 08:42 pm (UTC)
I've thought of trying Flickr for photos instead of Photobucket. Photobucket keeps trying to add "improvements" that make it more complicated, when all I want is to dump images quickly into a web-accessible location. If I cared that much about the presentation & comments & all that, I'd put it on dA. (My kids are both on Facebook. One of them has friended me. The other went "hahahaha no way" at the idea. :-))
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