no. (roses_rejoice) wrote,
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more admin

Been thinking about massively cutting my f(r)iends list because there are about 15 people who rarely/ never post or comment anymore and about 30 other journals that are people's second journals, communities etc. that are rarely used nowadays. I compromised and made two filtered groups: one for the people who post/comment/respond regularly and a second for people/ journals that don't.

I understand that people get bored with forums after a while and that we all have lives outside the PC but because this is one of the main ways I talk to people (due to my schedule and the fact that the comment-answer format is a more fun and comfortable way of talking for me than, say, a fone call, unless/until I get to know somebody well) I'd like to focus my attention on people who are around more and who talk to me, and kind of sort out who those people are in my mind. i've been gradually ditching journals of people who don't appeal to me anymore or who are barely on here. i might do some more of that on a gradual basis and the groups will help me organize that, as well as help me follow some blogs that i like to read/follow even though i don't talk to the blogkeeper or they don't post much.
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