First, if anyone’s got one and is feeling charitable, I’d love an invite code. If you are being charitable, you can use my email@example.com address.
Second, I wanted to just point out that despite Dreamwidth’s promises to support open expression, diversity and open operations, they still have a pretty broad set of rights they’ve reserved [...]
This post used to contain a large round-up of archival links to folks writing about the Wiscon Troller, a woman who, in 2008, attended the Wiscon feminist science fiction convention, got in a useless fight with someone there, and posted fat-shaming and geek-shaming pictures of some folks with whom she took issue.
She was young [...]
Finally implemented. I watched and read comments on Disclose-Secret’s main post for a long time (6 months or so?) and let others be early adopters, before installing this on my blog. It turns out that even though this plugin was written for WordPress 2.1, it works okay on WordPress 2.5.1 (my current version). [...]
Though honestly I am not the worst on this thread, and ulitave already did his part.
Oh, and one person tried to stand up for the poor beleaguered white women, but was soundly shut down, and not too violently, I think.
I left it a bit longer than I’d intended, but I’m doing the deletions now.
The utility I found is working, but is going more slowly than I thought. Also, it’s possible that I nuked some entries I didn’t mean to nuke. So sorry.
If you try to use the thing, my advice is to [...]
I just wanted to make it clear that I don’t require anyone else to leave LJ. That I am doing so is my personal decision, but the departure of my self is gradual – I’ll keep crossposting and when I have time I will also read friends lists and leave comments.
Anyway, misia pointed me [...]
Testing LiveJournal CrossPoster 2.0 plugin.
This is about the WordPress plug-in User Permissions, which works great from the point of view of organizing users so they can all collaborate at different permissions levels on the same blog, but is clearly not written or designed to facilitate different users’ varying access levels to a single blog/journal that is written by a [...]
I’m preparing to delete my old LJ posts.
I have just exported via LJ’s export utility, all months since I started (2003-07), as XML. I plan to use LJArchive (requires .NET) to download all posts and comments, and I will probably also wait until I have made a PDF-based LJBook as well (and may donate [...]