this journal is so much of my life from 2010 going backwards. must save forever!

for anyone who may be interested in getting to know me~ feel free to leave a comment here, and/or check out my journal from 2011 to early 2013, and/or ask for my current dreamwidth & more active blogs and sites.

i was very active on tumblr from 2010 to 2012-13, and i still post there sometimes though many of my old tumblrs are gone now. i hope to use the backups to add to my 2011+ dreamwidth archive mentioned above, though that's a huge task and who knows when and if i'll even begin.

these days i mostly post on facebook, honestly. i'm trying to get to a point where i blog more actively again, but i don't know if that'll happen. i wish i was as brave as i once used to be.
ajnabi: cartoonic photomanip of my face (with some body) against a colourful patterned background (Default)
( Jul. 11th, 2009 02:20 pm)
Dreamwidth, for the unacquainted, is a blogging/journalling/social networking service. Here are some of its features:
  • It's completely opensource
  • no ads regardless of account level.
  • You can customize layouts to a great degree with layers and styles in the advanced customization area for free
  • You can import the content of your journal from some other livejournal-based sites, and hopefully this service will be expanded to importing from other services as well. The importing process is very easy and painless, and you can choose to import your comments, icons, profile, etc, as well.
  • You can crosspost to another journal (every time you update, you can also update at livejournal or some other livejournal-based sites) -- with a paid account, you can post to more than one journal, but still..
  • The differences between account levels are listed in detail here.
  • It is invite only, but you get invite codes to give away every now and then
  • It's new (launched in May 2009) so the userbase is still in its growing stages, but a lot of the people are .. real/creative/exciting. Less spam/robots and many active communities, I think. On the downside, there aren't as many potential friends or communities out there, I guess. Also, some communities are just placeholders and haven't started up yet.
  • The support system is really awesome, and they take suggestions seriously :)
  • This diversity statement might lure you.
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