So, um, hi.

Jun. 5th, 2009 10:15 am
squirrelhaven: extreme close-up of a red flower (Default)
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I am (belatedly, I know) trying to set up housekeeping here at Dreamwidth, in part because so many of my friends are posting over here (baa), and in part because I have been utterly unable to make the openID thing work for me. I really don't know why; I've tried on a few occasions, I've read all the instructions, I've read umpty-ump FAQs and the like, and it just. does. not. work. Maybe I'm an idiot. Maybe I'm doing it wrong. But maybe this will circumvent the problem once and for all.

Anyway. I still haven't figured out how I'm going to balance the DW and LJ sites. My hope is that I'll be able to import my squirrelhaven LJ over here, to have a working copy of it, and then crosspost for the forseeable future. But that will depend on my figuring out how to do the above. We'll see how that goes.

But, well. Here I be.

Date: 2009-06-05 03:36 pm (UTC)
kass: white cat; "kass" (Default)
From: [personal profile] kass
The journal import tool worked brilliantly for me when I did this a few weeks ago; lemme know if you need help with that.

And yay! Welcome aboard! I have added you to the little bean filter, so you should be able to read those posts now.

Date: 2009-06-05 04:04 pm (UTC)
kass: dreamwidth logo in Obama style (dreamwidth)
From: [personal profile] kass
My solution has been to create a filter on lj called "not x-posting," which is now my default lj flist view. So I have 2 tabs open: my dreamwidth reading page, and a smaller version of my lj flist which consists of the folks who aren't crossposting. So far, it seems to work pretty well; thank God for tabbed browsers. *g*

Date: 2009-06-05 07:29 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] allzugern
*waves*

I'm basically using DW as my main journal. I read my flist here first and then at LJ. I'm hoping that when enough LJers are posting here I won't have to spend too much time reading through my LJ flist :-)

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