November 26th, 2003
|06:23 am - The future of *your* LiveJournal|
It's late, but this will be quick, could be interesting and gives me something to put underneath "happy birthday to calliaume", who is definitely one of the sanest, most got-it-all-together LiveJournalists I know.
Do you have any plans as to things you intend to do, or would like to do, in the future with your LiveJournal?
Off the top of my head:
On the other hand, it strikes me that "I'm actually thinking of packing up and leaving LiveJournal town, but I hope to keep in touch with you" is at least as good an answer to this question, if it's the answer you happen to have. If you've decided that you deliberately don't have any plans and intend to just let it happen as it happens, I guess that's OK too, though part of me is saying "is that really OK?" and running with that thought in a strange sort of descending spiral.
- I want to get to know you much better, through LiveJournal and in many cases through other routes as well.
- I want to get to know lots of people who I don't already know, even if only in terms of new LiveJournals to follow.
- I would like to explore playing games through LiveJournal and have ideas as to things I would like to try in the future.
- I would like to produce, or at least start, a less personal obscure games blog, even at the expense of some of the games content from here.
- I would like to see through my LiveJournal commitments, like the prediction game I started.
- I would like to help other LiveJournalists when and how I can.
- I have several lists of things I'd like to write at some point - a couple of weekends away to write up, some book reviews, some lists to compile.
- I would like to get my own attitudes to some aspects of life sorted out in a concrete form for my own benefit (though it strikes me that this needn't be a written form and needn't be anything to do with LiveJournal after all).
- I told a few people that I was going to ask them for some questions at about this time of year to revive that "five question interview" game that did the rounds a few months ago, but I haven't done so yet.
- I would love to produce a document about LiveJournal and my experiences with it which contains generally applicable conclusions that might help other folk.
- Yet in some way it would be nice to find a way to do all this while spending less time, effort and emotional energy on LiveJournal.
Current Mood: Bedtime, definitely
Current Music: more video game music: gentle, upbeat, jangly
I would like a publisher to discover my LiveJournal and offer me a three-book contract.
|Date:||November 26th, 2003 02:50 am (UTC)|| |
Is there a board games blog on LJ?
Not, perhaps, of too much interest to anyone else apart from imc
in many years' time), but I do intend putting some retrospective entries into smallclanger
's LJ, to record some of the more traditional 'baby book' type milestones, as well as mirroring his Baby Record Book (for various reasons, the paper copy is not as much use to me as an electronic version would be). I'll also probably put some retrospective pregnancy stuff into mine. Beyond that - I intend starting a second journal for writing, and maybe a third 'pillow book' type (collecting poems, quotes, images etc). Whether either of those would be interesting to a wider audience I don't know.
I'd like to figure out how to post more often and more meaningfully about my various interests, at the same time making sure not to bore Friends who aren't into everything (or, in some cases, really anything) I'm obsessed with. Therefore, I need to make my life observational stuff more inteersting, too.
|Date:||November 26th, 2003 11:05 am (UTC)|| |
I do intend to start putting up some more of my writing, if I ever feel brave enough. Also I may end up switching over to my other journal (rosehip
) at some point in the future.