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PLACE
SEVERAL WAYS
COMMENT
POSTING
POPULAR CHOICE
BRAD FITZPATRICK
GREAT
ADDITION
BEST PART
SOFTWARE
BLOGGERS
BLOG
PEOPLE
PLIGHT
USER
USERS
DECEMBER 12
COMMUNITY
COMMUNITIES
SOCIAL NETWORK
SOCIAL NETWORKING
FITZPATRICK
LIVEJOURNAL
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Livejournal"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. LiveJournal (often abbreviated LJ) is a virtual community where Internet users can keep a blog, journal, or diary. (Web site)
  2. Livejournal is a website that allows people to create and maintain an online journal that could be read by others over the internet. (Web site)
  3. LiveJournal is a simple-to-use (but extremely powerful and customizable) personal publishing ("blogging") tool, built on open source software.
  4. LiveJournal (often abbreviated LJ) is the name of a weblog site allowing Internet users to keep an online journal or diary.
  5. LiveJournal is a great example of using non-functioning email addresses as identifiers.

Place

  1. Hey, welcome to the Dave Grohl Community on Livejournal, a place to talk about our favorite Foo Fighters frontman.

Several Ways

  1. LiveJournal allows users to customize their accounts in several ways. (Web site)

Comment

  1. I typically include LiveJournal as a social network site but it is sorta an edge-cases because they do not allow you to comment on people's profiles. (Web site)

Posting

  1. When posting an entry or comment, LiveJournal normally adds line breaks any time you hit the enter or return key, and turns URLs into links.

Popular Choice

  1. If you want to put up a bare-bones blog and don't mind if it doesn't say yes to all the questions listed above, LiveJournal is a handy and popular choice.

Brad Fitzpatrick

  1. Brad Fitzpatrick, founder of LiveJournal, former chief architect of Six Apart, and currently part of the technical staff at Google. (Web site)

Great

  1. LiveJournal is a great example.

Addition

  1. The most distinguishing feature of LiveJournal is the "friends list", which gives the site a strong social aspect in addition to the blog services.

Best Part

  1. The best part about Livejournal is its well-developed social networking features. (Web site)

Software

  1. The software running LiveJournal is open source and primarily written in Perl.
  2. The website and software will stay in sync even as new contacts are added on the LiveJournal website.

Bloggers

  1. Russians are the second-largest group of bloggers on the popular U.S.-based blog-hosting site, livejournal.com.

Blog

  1. You can feel free to re-post any comics from this site on your blog, Facebook, LiveJournal, etc. (Web site)
  2. If you want a blog, go to Livejournal or MySpace or something.

People

  1. In some cases legal and administrative concerns have led LiveJournal to prohibit some people from volunteering. (Web site)

Plight

  1. Stanzak had lived in the NYU library for 8 months, being unable to afford the expensive cost of housing, and chronicled his plight in his LiveJournal.

User

  1. Since the friend concept on LiveJournal is unidirectional, any user can friend any other user.
  2. When posting to Livejournal, the user is presented with a text box and several other options, including security and comment settings. (Web site)

Users

  1. LiveJournal also allows "voice posts" to their paid and sponsored users, where one can call into the system and record an entry.
  2. A number of users felt the invite code system gave LiveJournal a touch of elitism, or a closed-community feel.
  3. Some, such as LiveJournal, utilize open source software that is open to the public and can be modified by users to fit their own tastes. (Web site)

December 12

  1. From September 2, 2001 until December 12, 2003, the growth of LiveJournal was put under control by an "invite code" system.

Community

  1. Below is information about the "American Models" community on LiveJournal.
  2. As of this date, the community has roughly 8,600 members, and is watched by just shy of 5,000 LiveJournal users. (Web site)

Communities

  1. In addition, LiveJournal acts as host to group journals, dubbed "communities" (frequently abbreviated as comms). (Web site)
  2. Because of this, many other communities have been designed using the LiveJournal software. (Web site)

Social Network

  1. You can use LiveJournal in many different ways: as a private journal, a blog, a social network and much more. (Web site)

Social Networking

  1. The unit of social networking on LiveJournal is quaternary (with four possible states of connection between one user and another). (Web site)

Fitzpatrick

  1. In January 2005, blogging software company Six Apart purchased Danga Interactive, the company owned by Fitzpatrick which operates LiveJournal.
  2. Fitzpatrick has grown LiveJournal from its early days as a hobby project in college to a site with over 5 million accounts. (Web site)

Livejournal

  1. Brad Fitzpatrick - the creator of LiveJournal, which Brad launched in March 1999 as a way of keeping his high school friends updated on his activities.
  2. Brad Fitzpatrick, a well known blogger started LiveJournal in March 1999.
  3. In addition, LiveJournal acts as host to group discussion boards, or "communities," encompassing myriad subjects.

Categories

  1. Fitzpatrick
  2. March 1999
  3. Source Software
  4. Social Networking
  5. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Society > Community > Communities
  6. Books about "Livejournal" in Amazon.com

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