So, what do you like to link to? Or to find links to?greenspun.com : LUSENET : Novenotes : One Thread
Pictures of beautiful members of the opposite sex? Good journal entries? Funny parodies? What are your favorite links?--Al
-- Al Schroeder (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 07, 2000
good and interesting journals featuring many things, for instance - rants, philosophical articles, of course the day to day happening to each one of them and how they reacted. i like nova notes, mouth organ, scherzi, mike leung many others i have seen making comments on nova notes, mouth organ and/or scherzi. and maybe someday a journal or diary of my own. i am also trying to put together a look back on my own life from the age of first awareness to the present time. i figure that i get ideas for novels from that.
-- doug (email@example.com), January 08, 2000.
I'm not sure what my favorite links are. I have quite a few journals I read daily, this being one of them (Unfortunately, I can't get to Nova Notes from work for some odd reason, so I'm about 3 days behind). While I do enjoy humorous journal entries, I truly enjoy reading journalers who seem to be sincere. I've noticed that some of the most popular journals seem to lose some sincerity. The writing tends to brush the surface of the subject without going into any depth. Not that I blame these writers - if I had that many people reading, I'm not sure I'd be able to write so honestly.
My horribly unorganized bookmark file is filled with links. I scanned through them, trying to find a basic theme, and I can't. I have all kinds of links, from poets to parodies, from clip art to Christmas carols. And this list is the one I've weeded out. I don't think I could ever choose my favorite link.
Also, I'd like to thank you, Al, for linking to one of my entries in Lives Online. I was surprised and delighted to see the link. You made my day. Thank you so much.
-- Piper (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 09, 2000.