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Okay, I lied.

I really need a place where I can talk about things that I can't really discuss on Millennium Winter [ http://www.millenniumwinter.com/ ] because they're either sensitive, personal, political, werk-related, or so on. That being said, I also kind of need a place I can talk to people and actually get feedback on what I've said, where people can offer up their own take on the things that I write about and the things that I see.

I had kind of avoided doing this; using LiveJournal for anything other than a commenting medium for all of my friends who use LiveJournal, but I have to admit that it more than has it's merits, and when I have the opportunity to use a tool like this, I definitely should. So. That being said, I'll rearrange the furniture and make myself comfortable here.

But that doesn't mean it's open to the world-half the reason that I'm starting to use this thing is to get feedback and to chat about things that are obviously personal, so most things will be friends-only. Okay, wish me luck with this thing.

Date: 2005-12-20 10:29 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] dblume.livejournal.com
Good luck! LiveJournal definitely has its merits. I started the same way you did, and ended up posting more here than I thought I would. And funny how some Seattle web designers we know seem to write here more than they write on their own blogs. What does that say?

I can see why Six Apart investing in LiveJournal. MovableType and LiveJournal serve complementary purposes.

Date: 2005-12-21 07:55 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] dblume.livejournal.com
Heh. Actually, that was sincere praise for LiveJournal. They're clearly doing something right if they can lure so many of us (even creative types, like you) away from our home-grown blogs.


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