Livejournal

Posted: July 30, 2004 at 11:47 pm in journal

I broke down and opened a livejournal account the other day. It’s even worse, though. I only opened a livejournal account because I don’t have a real server to host this blog on currently, so there’s no real way for me to do comments (both blosxom and Movable Type require a server where I have perl and cgi script rights). So until the day when I get unlame enough to find somebody who will let me host off of their server, or set up one of my own, if you want to comment on one of my posts, follow the link at the bottom of the post to livejournal and comment there. I’ll basically post links from there back to posts here. Or something. Yes, it’s an ungainly awful evil hack. But I’m lame. Eit.

One Response to “Livejournal”

  1. Eric Nehrlich, Unrepentant Generalist || Blog comments and community || July || 2007 Says:

    [...] When I was using blogging software that did not support comments, I actually had a year where I asked people to comment over on my LiveJournal, and it was a mess. I regret not being able to go back and easily associate the comments with the [...]

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