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    • CommentTimeNov 30th 2007
    I visit myspace for nanoseconds at a time, just to talk to the three or four people I genuinely know on there. that'd be for anyone who genuinely cares, though I wouldn't recommend it.

    Facebook has a shitty app called Human Pets that I use as a sort of sink hole for all my random bullshitting, in the hope that it'll allow me to act vaguely "normal" in all my day's other endeavours.

    Beyond that, I've been active on a number of Australian musicians' fan forums - though since a few of those musos aren't well known enough to be household names, those have become largely defunct. Which is a true pity.
    • CommentTimeNov 30th 2007
    Mostly can't be arsed, but I've been guilty of Facebookery.

    Also, I lurk on the forums because it has soo much awesome stuff.

    Myspace makes me want to gouge my eyes out.
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    Twitter's as much of a SNS as Irreality, which probably still refuses to let me in because I happen to default to the most popular web browser on Earth and not bloody Firefox.
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    dj tacopunch myspace

    dustperiod myspace

    I really don't like myspace but I've discovered most of the people I know in Chicago use it so I grit my teeth and bear it.

    I have a facebook but it's rapidly swirling around the bowl with more stupid add on spam than actual content from real humans. Honestly it also scares me b/c every time I log in I find some new message/friend request from someone who I went to High School with telling me all about their marriage/kids and it makes my guts barrel-roll. I want to start measuring my time on this planet not in rotations of the earth around the sun but instead by a unit of how many people I went to high school and could go without talking to ever again find me on the internet to share their joy of breeding.

    I ning on mars and b.wood's but I can't get into the interface and I'm still in the getting my toes wet phase.
      CommentAuthorLee Newman
    • CommentTimeNov 30th 2007 edited
    as thefourthman on newsarama I am a regular on mcnuts
    and on the review group thread.
    • CommentTimeNov 30th 2007
    The way LiveJournal's been today with its new content flagging rules I might be off of there before the end of the year.

    • CommentTimeNov 30th 2007
    Just to clarify -- LJ is basically just implementing the exact same system that's been on Flickr for ages, right? That doesn't make it better or worse...! I'm just not seeing anyone, you know, mention that bit.
    • CommentAuthorsatrum
    • CommentTimeNov 30th 2007

    just this two, and I've just opened the facebook one
    • CommentTimeNov 30th 2007

    Not sure what Flickr's is, but LJ's latest sneaky trick is to have flagging of messages set up on OTHERS' accounts, not yours. The abuse potential is staggering. Someone diss'd your horrid Lee Adama/InuYasha slash? FLAG JOURNAL! Idiot fandom drama going to the next level? FLAG THE OTHER PERSON'S JOURNAL.
    • CommentTimeNov 30th 2007 edited
    gdwessel, anyone can flag any Flickr photo for review. It's a little link on the bottom right of every page.

    Although, I do have to say that LJ making a big giant post about it kinda makes it not so "sneaky". Good, bad, indifferent, perhaps -- but it's no secret.
    • CommentTimeNov 30th 2007 edited
    • CommentTimeNov 30th 2007
    I live on irreality.
    Gmail's chat widget connected to twitter is my other main network.
    I have a facebook but I forget it for weeks on end.
    I have a myspace but forget it for months on end.
    I have an sg account and a livejournal but I forget them for years on end.
    • CommentTimeNov 30th 2007
    I use LJ for furry HP trek anime slash fic, Myspace for stalking partially educated teens and tweens and flickr for home brewed porn. According to the news and my mom, this is all the internet is for.

    "You aren't one of those internet people are you?"
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    and i have a facebook. i'm just not all that interested with it.
    plus lots of music message boards
    • CommentTimeNov 30th 2007
    Oh shite! I completely forgot about irreality... I haven't been on there in months... I need to fix this RIGHT NOW...
    *wanders away*
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    I'm having a time out until I can learn some manners.
    <a href="">Myspace
    <a href="">Tumblr
    <a href="">Twitter</a>

    I know it's cool to say it, but I do hate myspace, for the spam alone if not many other reasons. But it's the easiest to keep in touch with people I know so I'll suffer through it. I do really like Tumblr and one day I'll put some effort into it. Twitter is fun but I forget to use it. I just opened up a livejournal but have yet to put any effort into it. I've let them all nearly un-updated for the last month since I was focusing all my energy on the NANO thing, which I was able to do (50k words in a month).
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    engine ning
    club of mars ning
    dok's ning
    brian wood's ning
    telephonin ning

    Besides the nings, I get over to Panel and Pixel for usually intelligent conversations. Mess with the Doktor Sleepless wiki when I have an idea. Other than that, for equine related stuff I can be found here but prefer here. The people are more friendly. Depending on my mood and time availible, I might hit all of them in one night, or only a few. I also have a twitter account, but have not yet figured out how to make it useful to me. The only way to make flickr meet my needs now is to upgrade to a pro account.

    Why do you want know?
    • CommentAuthortmofee
    • CommentTimeNov 30th 2007
    Does anyone know of a facebook group for fans of warren or whitechapel here??
    • CommentAuthorjohndavid
    • CommentTimeNov 30th 2007
    suicide girls

    i'm also on facebook, but its used mostly to coordinate with classmates for school projects/functions. each one has its circle of friends i keep in contact with and for the most part they don't run into one another.
    • CommentAuthorDRomigh
    • CommentTimeDec 1st 2007
    I don't, as a general rule, use any social networks, for a number of reasons. I've got a website of my own, but I haven't updated it in over a year. Almost everything still applies, though. I'm debating a revamp, and if I do, I'll add a blog section to it.