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Kistaro Windrider, Reptillian Situation Assessor

Unfortunately, I Really Am That Nerdy

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  • 00:25 Twitter seems a better platform to meet people than LiveJournal. It feels more "okay" to send a 140char @ to someone I'd like to know. #
  • 00:38 @Palshife Yes, but I'm figuring why it beats LJ. Twitter feels less intrusive. @ stays in your own history; comments push into other's LJ. #
  • 00:39 @Palshife ...Which is sort of ironic, I guess. LiveJournal comments from unknown people can be expected not to get pushed as a text message! #
  • 01:05 Contemplating "Geez, my 360 cost as much as TWO YEARS of eMusic Premium" vs. "Egad, my eMusic 2-year renewal will cost as much as the XBOX" #
  • 02:44 tasvideos.org/1248M.html is absolutely hilarious. Tool-assisted SNES glichsploitation on "Family Feud" shows a liberal typo parser. #
  • 07:00 I get well, Rakeela gets sick. With loud coughing and sneezing, forcing me to switch beds to get the last two hours of sleep for work. #
  • 11:50 @mcahogarth Why shouldn't she "get" it? 18 mo. was about when I learned to read. My mother read the grocery ad to me as she planned a list. #
  • 19:27 @Zyleeth My family sent me six sounds of really good sausage from Indiana for Christmas. It's not just you. #
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> Twitter feels less intrusive. @ stays in your own history; comments push into other's LJ.

... Well, except that LoudTwitter pushes @s into your own journal, where they spam all over other's friends lists.

I enjoy following your journal and tweets, and have no plan to stop, but I really wish LT had an option to filter out the half-conversations that spam all over everything. They lower the signal-to-noise ratio uncomfortably.

A valid point, given that I inevitably skip over @ replies when reading a LoudTwitter chain post myself. Setting changed.

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