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I'm going to do the "Move to Dreamwidth, Crosspost to both, Read both" for as long as I can, until the evil content of my Livejournal is considered Not Suitable and Gets Banned. Heh.

But with importing my journal to DW, I think it's time I went through and deleted a pile of ancient memes and links to silly programs that no longer works. Sorry, guys, but if you really wanted to know which Quake Monster I am, it's too late.

(And the link was broken so I don't remember either!)

Date: 2017-04-07 08:25 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] feodora.livejournal.com
Many do move, for good reasons, to DW but many will stay.
I am happy that you still will crosspost here, if I understood correct.

Date: 2017-04-07 05:33 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] thewayne.livejournal.com
I did a tiny amount of cleanup when I moved my blog to DW in January. I found LOTS of broken photo links. I started the blog long before I had a specific web site for my photography, I now need to work out a better methodology.

Date: 2017-04-08 12:06 am (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] kerravonsen
Yeah, I still haven't come up with a good methodology for blog photos. I miss the old LJ photo interface, where you could just select a bunch of pictures and click "post", and it would open a blog entry with all the right links in it. Any off-site photo hosting (and also Dreamwidth's photo-hosting), you are reduced to "find the official link to this photo, and cut and paste it into your journal", which I find to be a pain. 8-(

Date: 2017-04-08 12:16 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] thewayne.livejournal.com
Yeah, that was pretty sweet on LJ. I had some photos in my Dropbox account, but I'd remove the photos and *poof*, broken link. I've taken to putting them in a directory on one of my web sites, that seems to do the trick for me. Slightly inconvenient: have to open my web site management interface, open a file manager, then upload the files. If I had more than a quarter of a brain I'd install an SFTP client and do things that way.

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