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So I've been trying the Tumblr game for a while, and I quite like it -- it seems to be where fandom is going, and for the most part, it's a lot of fun. But I'm not going to lie: there are a lot of things I miss about Livejournal's format. Tumblr has a lot of positive traits, but the opportunity for conversation and long-form discussion isn't really one of them. LJ, however, seems to really be dying out, and I can't figure out if that's because fandom is moving on from the format or because LJ is trying very hard to become something that fandom doesn't necessarily want. To that end, I'm trying out this business of joining everyone on Dreamwidth. which brings me to my series of questions.

First -- where is everyone? Do you all have Dreamwidths? Where are you?! I am linzee here, not linzeestyle, because I actually got my real name and couldn't say no. *g*

linzee.dreamwidth.org

Friend me (or whatever the equivalent is)!

I'll be crossposting to Livejournal for a while, or at least until I see how well this goes over. I'm still unsure as to the popularity of the format overall -- are there more people on Dreamwidth, or have we generally moved on to Tumblr/elsewhere? Also...oh man, how does customizing work?

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