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Tue, Jun. 22nd, 2010 | 11:30 am  slavezombie


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Incidentally, there is a special person who comments anonymously on my blog. I've tried to convince her to at least create herself a lj account so I don't have to screen comments from her. Katie says she already has a journal account with a different blog site. If I knew which site, perhaps I could check to see if she could comment whenever she wants using a key from her personal blog. Again, I don't have my "live" encylopedia to check the accuracy of my terminolgy, but I happen to know that people with wordpress, or perhaps it's blogger, are able to sign themselves into their own blog account and comment on a lj entry without the delay of screening anonymous comments.


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from: anonymous
date: Fri, Jul. 2, 2010 10:23 pm (UTC)
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AWE I'M SPECIAL!!! (I'm just noticing all these entries, i couldn't remember the url thing you should me.)
I don't have another blog site, I use paper, a paper journal. I know, how archaic.
I used to blog a bit on Myspace, but I've stopped using myspace.

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from: slavezombie
date: Sat, Jul. 3, 2010 06:41 pm (UTC)
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There's a thing called open ID in which you can comment on my "livejournal" entries with the same password you would use to blog with other blogging services. I won't plug the numerous other blogging services here since I've been trying to coax you into creating your own livejournal, but I'm also not 100% whether this open ID feature works with myspace users.

SPOKE TOO SOON. I just looked into that for you and myspace will allow you to comment on my blog, here at lj, by simply signing on to your myspace account. follow this link for more info


http://openid.net/

Edited at 2010-07-03 06:48 pm (UTC)

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