quarridors: (XXXVI)
You've probably noticed that LoudTwitter has died and, as it was making a loss, is almost certainly not coming back. Interestingly this has actually been quite liberating as I've started using Twitter far more socially than I was before without worrying about all my replies making sense out of context or being potentially of interest to third parties - now I can assume that anyone who sees my replies is also following the person I'm replying to and so has context. So Twitter's become more fun, but isn't getting archived anywhere...

So this also means that I need to start keeping note of what I've been doing on my journal... and also that there's no difference between my DreamWidth and my LJ now, as at least before one included Twitter archives and the other didn't. I suppose I could do day to day updates on LJ and reserve DreamWidth for only articles on a particular subject? For the last month I was actually writing a paragraph of summary on every LJ LoudTwitter post that I already wasn't mirroring on DreamWidth...

Any opinions DreamWidth-only people, would you like to see a full mirror of LJ or would you like this to keep being only art posts and articles?
quarridors: (XXXVI)
My LiveJournal is currently acting as an archive of everything I post on my Twitter account and all the digital art and fan art I post on deviantART, all in the same place, in chronological order. I haven't been actively writing about my day to day life on LiveJournal for some time.

I've decided I'm going to use my Dreamwidth account for actual blogging and not fill it with Twitter and fan art. If you want to keep track of those, follow my Twitter and deviantART accounts, or follow my LiveJournal which will continue to include those, and will have my Dreamwidth posts crossposted.

Currently I'm not planning to post the sort of 'what I've been doing recently' posts I used to on LiveJournal, I'm hoping to instead write blog posts about things I have knowledge of or opinions on and actually have something to say about. Obviously if something significant and life changing happens, I'll write about that.

Of course, considerably more time, thought and effort is required to write and proofread an article than is required to spew out a series of 140 character tweets. I work a full time job, try to draw pieces of art on a regular basis (and they take hours upon hours), practice my musical instruments, keep on top of my chores and have something of a social life. So don't expect daily or even weekly entries, but when I have something to say, you should see it here (eventually).

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