melannen: A dreamsheep w/the mathnet logo and slogan: "The names are made up, but the problems are real." (dreamsheep)
melannen ([personal profile] melannen) wrote2009-05-01 10:54 pm

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I had a bunch of stuff I wanted to get done on DW today - finish and post porn for open beta, write that post about accessible HTML (since it is blogging against disablism day), work through the support instructions, get a couple recs posts together, ladedadeda. But it has become apparent that I will not be accomplishing any of these things.

However! [personal profile] stellar_dust bought me paid account! So I can abuse paid account now!

I have made iconses! A new version of my old Mathnet one, and, since I *can*, a Mathnet dreamsheep! (Feel free to take & use these. Because Mathnet.) Also, of course, a Commander Valentine dreamsheep, just for me.
Kate Monday & George Frankly of Mathnet: The names are made up, but the problems are real. A dreamsheep with the mathnet logo and slogan: 'The names are made up, but the problems are real.' Commander Valentine as a dreamsheep: red hair, eyepatch, cigarette holder, and all.

Also, I can abuse polls! The proportion of people on my flists who are crossposting has gotten big enough that it's starting to involve a lot of scrolling. I'm not going to defriend anybody, but I would like to set up a default reading filter on LJ. So, please fill out my poll?

ETA: No wonder nobody was voting in my poll! The poll creator still has the option "lock to friendslist" and I didn't stop to think that probably meant "access" rather than "subscribe". Since I haven't been accessing people, ya'll couldn't vote. New poll up shortly! Also, will be pointing out poll generator fail.
benedict: Kitten meows (rawr! by fritters)

[personal profile] benedict 2009-05-02 05:02 am (UTC)(link)
I was wondering why you didn't give me access. At least I'm not special!
benedict: The hamster is saying bollocks. It is a scornful hamster (bollocks! by ann)

[personal profile] benedict 2009-05-02 05:09 am (UTC)(link)
I lock things sometimes, just in case my co-workers figure out an incredibly unlikely search string on google.