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relative prolificacy

so i feel like i've been writing more on LJ, doing more on my yt and with photos, especially with my 40 photos for 40 days thing. all of that stuff is linked to my fb account as a hub and so my fb has become a lot more active than it has in the past, and sometimes consists of lots of things piling on each other.

back in my heavier LJ days, i would feel somewhat self-conscious about polluting my friends' page too much with lots of entries, particularly long ones. As more stuff has filtered through to my fb, i asked myself whether or not i should be concerned about the sort of traffic i'm putting on people's fb news feed.

Then i thought about the times when a single person will publish multiple news feed stories concerning mafia wars or farmville, and i stopped being concerned.

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Mar. 11th, 2010 01:37 am (UTC)
I still feel that way about livejournal, even though lately this site feels like a ghost town. If you're getting on peoples' nerves, they can just hide you from their feed. I've got like 40 people and every application hidden from my news feed.
Mar. 11th, 2010 01:43 am (UTC)
i already have an internal filter when it comes to stuff on my news feed (as in my eyes automatically gloss over that stuff) and i prefer that just because the data analytical side of me likes to know who is sending out what, even if it's shit i don't care about. fb is so much more manageable than LJ when it comes to content (or at least used to be when LJ was more popular) that i don't feel the need to filter it at all. which brings about its own mixed feelings since i'd rather put forth more effort to keep up on LJ than less effort to keep up on fb, but hey. *shrug*
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Mar. 11th, 2010 06:36 am (UTC)
much appreciated. :)
Mar. 11th, 2010 10:40 pm (UTC)
I've never had a problem with anyone posting a bunch of posts in a row as long as there is actual 'content' in them or a reason to separate them. As such, I have enjoyed reading your writings.
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