mstori: My first winter in MN, wearing a hat made by Rainy in CA. (Default)
2009-04-15 06:54 pm

It still smells like new car.

I've stopped by a few times today to look at my reading page. It still isn't very populated yet. That's okay since I really should be doing something else.

I keep reading through various help files as well as various business plan stuff. It is nice that they are offering so much transparency.

I am still not sure what I should do with this little corner of the web. I've been toying with the idea of starting a couple of blogs lately, but I don't feel like this is the place for that.

I could see myself leaving LJ to post here instead, but I am pretty sure I'd need to return to LJ to read, because I don't think everybody I want to keep up with will want to jump ship. I like the levels of privacy here. I really like that they don't call people "friends".
mstori: My first winter in MN, wearing a hat made by Rainy in CA. (Default)
2009-04-14 08:24 pm
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Filters!

While I could not find it in the FAQ, I submitted a support ticket and was told (the same day!) that the limit on access filters would be 60.

This is much for functional more me than LJ's limit of 30.

Yes, most people do not use even 30 filters.

I am not most people.

Other bits of use:

Account Levels

Business FAQ

User Relationships

Bug Reporting
mstori: My first winter in MN, wearing a hat made by Rainy in CA. (Default)
2009-04-14 01:55 pm
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Hello World

My first DW post.

I've (supposedly) imported all my LJ entries and the comments are queued for import. I just moved everything over on private for now. Eventually, assuming I determine I am in this for the long haul, I'll organize the imported posts to the correct filters and make them appropriately readable.

So, if at the time of this posting, you can see any of my other posts, that would be bad.

ETA: Interesting - I posted this via the POST link at the top of the page. When I got down to "Show this entry to:" My default "Just Me (Private)" was selected, but all other choices were grayed out, and I could ONLY post it privately.

I then selected to edit the post. At that point all of the options were available, and that is how I am posting this entry to Everyone (Public).

EATA: Ah, that is actually an LJ behavior I never noticed because I use a client to post to LJ.