Tony Grist (poliphilo) wrote,
Tony Grist
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Those Damn Buttons

Numbers of my friends seem to be abandoning LJ- upping sticks and moving elsewhere. For many it seems those damn buttons that link us to Facebook and Twitter were the final straw. Silly old LJ, for doing that!  I mean, did they consult with anyone beforehand? Me, I've always been careful never to put anything here that I wouldn't be happy to see published with my name attached, so you can link me to Facebook as much as you like, and I won't care. Not that any of you would.

I'm sad about what's happening, but I've got a lot invested here, I like the company- what's left of it- and I'm not moving.
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