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Wednesday, July 3rd, 2013 11:47 am
Thank you to those who took part in my two attempted salons - I don't have enough time to spur the discussion on, and I think also only a few of you have been interested - so they are not working as well as [personal profile] jenett's have, or even half as well (which I'd be pleased by). I'm going to discontinue mine and just enjoy hers. If you're interested in the format, drop by - she starts hers on Wednesday mornings, and the discussions are lively (in the good way!).
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Monday, June 17th, 2013 07:42 pm
[Intro posted today, because I think I've figured out how this will work. Actual first such post, coming Friday. Sing out if you have input or (would have) wanted to ask for a different venue and didn't have time/see the earlier post!]

Long, therefore cut tagged )
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Thursday, December 13th, 2012 06:00 am
So, LiveJournal has a new "infinite scroll" type friends page with lots of white and blue (more white than blue). And a new update page (which, uh, I've never seen as I post from Dreamwidth, so I can't comment on it), which is leaving beta and will be the only way to post there soon as I understand it.

And now a new profile page which, by the way, has gone beta with a bug...namely anyone viewing any profile in the beta right now can see community memberships of people who have set it so that community memberships aren't supposed to show in their profile.

So much for privacy until that bug is fixed, if you were in a community you didn't want anyone to know, as anyone can see that view of your profile at the moment. Mine weren't anyway, but...not cool, LJ.

Also, why the bio is below schools, I don't know. I'm not sure whether I like interests above the bio - as a first impression I often care about that - schools not so much.

I know some people have completely left LJ to remove their content to protest. I'm not going to, nor am I going to stop reading at this juncture. I have too many friends who are still there, and I gain nothing and lose connections if I walk away.

But I am thoroughly disgusted with the whole look and feel of the site. It looks like a crappy mash-up of other popular sites done badly, and they're largely not addressing the repeated comments from some users that the site layout and colors they are standardizing on are *literally* migraine-inducing.