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Wednesday, October 12, 2011

I Need Some Bloglovin'

So... I just made a Bloglovin' account! To activate it or whatever I needed to post this up on the blog. That or I'm extremely clueless as to what I needed to do. But nevertheless I am posting it up anyways. I don't know why you'd want to follow me, but the least I could do is try to convince you to. So, if any of you have a Bloglovin' account or know a friend who has one, please do follow in Bloglovin'. Thank you!

6 comments:

  1. So many things one can do with blogs and I still haven't figured it all out. So, this is like a twitter for blogs? I don't use twitter either. XD I feel so old. Ahaha.

    And by the way, no, you are not the only one who hated "Temptation of Wolves". And yes, I am in your internets. You can see my own take on the movie at my blog. Ahaha.

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  2. @Vasia, you can say bloglovin' is some sort of twitter for blogs. It's pretty similar to RSS, I think. I don't really like using RSS for reasons unknown to me, mostly because I am lazy, so I guess bloglovin' is the answer. For now. I'm still not used to it, and admittedly I don't go to it everyday. I guess just another method of self promotion?

    You read my comment at DB? That's so cool! The internet is a smaller place than I thought. I tried following your blog the other day but my Internet sucks. I hope it could manage today.

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  3. Try again. I seem able to follow you. Maybe your 3rd party cookies aren't enabled? I added Blogger and Blogspot to the exceptions, otherwise I couldn't even comment using this form. XD

    So, I iz following you nao. I iz in yer interwebs. Ahaha. And yes, I was browsing DB because the fangirls and their comments there are hilarious to read sometimes. I tried disagreeing once, about Jang Keun Suk, I think. It seems you are not allowed to disagree there though.

    And I frankly have a few things to say about what the ladies there write, but at least they do write them as opinions.

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  4. I already followed you now. Did I? Internet here sucks so bad I don't even know what to do anymore. It's on my people-I-follow page thing so it should work.

    Ah, DB is so much fun. I like them because at the writers, not commenters, are very opinionated if not a little fangirly. But what is K-pop and K-dramas without their fangirls? The comments are childish at times but that's pretty universal. I appreciate that there are actually some people who has valid arguments over what they say, and that's what makes DB better than, say, allkpop. I remember there was an on-going battle over SNSD's Yoonah's legitimacy as an actress between a crazed fangirl/boy vs everyone else. That cracked me up for a good hour or so.

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  5. Allkpop. It sends shivers down my spine. XD But yes, at least the ladies there can put two sentences together with some quality and coherence. And not a million emoticons.

    And yes, I can see you following me now. Hee hee.

    I'm also not an RSS person. Didn't even know what it was until a while back. I like manually going to all the pages that interest me. Gives me a sense of control somehow. Ahaha. Plus, I don't follow a million pages, like other net junkies. So, works fine for me.

    I am thinking about perhaps making a twitter for my blog posts someday, but I don't like the platform so I am avoiding it. I don't like the word limitations or that just anyone can follow you, but on the other hand, that is the twitter's point.

    If I did make one, it would be for my blog only. The rest of my mind is expressed just fine through facebook. More fully and to the people I want to. :P

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  6. Allkpop is nice for the casual news. Some news are a little too casual, but what the hell. I sometimes view comments of controversial news just to see how they deal with it, because it can be hilarious. Like beyond my imagination. Seoulbeats is good though. I like my casual editorials, which they do very well at. It's always nice to see a somewhat analysis of K-pop and the likes which is very rare. K-pop and its hate of criticism and all that.

    I personally think twitter is a good platform to spread all the blog love, and fangirl love and whatnots, except twitter can be a bitch sometimes. Like the 140 limit. That's why I blog anyways.

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