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08 June 2012 @ 11:11 pm

Kel's taking the plunge. This journal has been pretty much friends-only for some time now; I grew rather uncomfortable with public posts. This just makes it official.

Don't take this the wrong way! Kel loves meeting people and will gladly friend people. She just likes to keep track of what's going on. So, please, add away and maybe even comment here so I know, yes?

This journal's a mixture of personal stuff, memes, fandom rants and whatever strikes my fancy.

My fiction is housed at taegan_kel and n0teworthy. Drabbles, one-shots, multi-fandom... It's all there, including a lot of things not hosted on fanfiction.net or mediaminer.org.

how do you feel?: optimisticoptimistic
20 November 2011 @ 10:52 pm
Drabble request post is OPEN!

Seriously. I need some prompts, some inspiration, and a few kicks in the posterior once in awhile to stretch these writing muscles.

Fandoms & other things to keep in mindCollapse )

So. Yeah. Request away!

*as a note, this is public and linked from both writing journals. Please, for the sake of my poor organizational skills, comment with requests on this post. Thank you!
how do you feel?: cheerfulcheerful
listening to?: Dance With the Devil, Breaking Benjamin
02 September 2010 @ 02:36 pm
Not the best fixes ever, but... they're better than nothing.

Firefox users who are not happy with the crossposting to Facebook and Twitter, there is an option.

Go here and install the Greasemonkey addon. (Enable, then restart Firefox.) Then go here and install the script. Greasemonkey will automatically install. Works on all comments pages, so you can't accidentally crosspost.

To hide it from your own journal regardless of which browser you're using, so people can't comment and repost, do this:

1. Go to Journal > Journal Style

2. Go to Customize your theme

3. Go to Custom CSS

4a. Copy and paste .b-repost-item {display:none}(make sure you're just getting the bolded text) into the Custom stylesheet
b. You might have to change one or more of the Yes/No boxes above the stylesheet in order to get it to work

5. Save changes

***Important to note: This will only work if people are viewing your journal or comm in your style. If they're viewing it in their style or light mode, it'll still show up. This just hides the feature, so if their default setting is to NOT automatically post, they won't be able to post. It also runs the risk where if someone has their default setting to automatically post, they won't be able to choose NOT to post.

((I picked up this code and instructions from someone who picked it up from someone else who... I honestly don't know how often it's been passed around. Credit where credit is due.))
how do you feel?: accomplishedaccomplished
19 June 2010 @ 02:38 pm
Yes. I'm bored.

The How's My Driving? Meme
how do you feel?: blankblank