I figured out last night how to construct my friends list so I can post entries that only like two or four people who are listed in a certain friend's group can see, only when logged in. Most likely I'll not do that much, as nothing's really pissing me off at the moment. It's just cool to have that option available. I've also figured out how to filter my friend's list so that it stays uncluttered while I'm able to still keep people on my friend's list, I may not use this but it's still really cool to have that functionality and customizability available to me. Better than Free Open Diary any day let me tell you. Bloody hell, that site is about as useless as a piece of frozen shoe leather. Plans for tonight include sleeping after I finish this entry which has become long rather than short, oh well, mine tend to do that.
Well that's about all except for I've really continued to enjoy taking snapshots of people's lives by viewing their journals. It's not every day that I'm able to peruse through thousands of people's most private thoughts. I'm not usually able to experience people's lives for whom I don't even know well, and never am I usually able to share my life with perfect strangers I don't even know. You sadistic bastards can even comment on the stupidity of my life events or vice versa, and I like that aspect as well. This whole thing is truly exhillerating. If anything, it's a truly amazing way to keep a record of your life events while meeting new friends. Much better than a password protected Microsoft Word journal anyday, though when I had it, I thought it was pretty damn cool. It's all preserved in stone; I'm usually not a fan of graffiti, but this thing is like a permanently everchanging graffiti wall of thoughts, feelings, and experiences. I'll close by saying this, try the random button if you ever haven't. On my trips south to Sydney from Newcastle, I would listen to random people's conversations on the train, sometimes I'd contribute, get into the conversation, but other times I'd sit back and pass the time by passively being a part of their lives. Live journal is exactly as cool as that, so enjoy the ride! all aboard! Next stop no where, all stations to ... life.