"I talk about the gods, I am an atheist. But I am an artist too, and therefore a liar. Distrust everything I say. I am telling the truth."

--Ursula K. Leguin

November 2009

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Please note, all my fic posts here are summaries with links to my archive site. To search for fic most easily, you will want to visit my fic archive itself which has all the series/arc/pairing/character indexes and tags. *tips hat*

Posts Tagged: 'information:+friending'

Dec. 26th, 2007

Cross-friending entry

If I'm reading everything right, then LJ users who comment using OpenID will become pseudo-accounts on IJ, and be friend-able. Once I friend those accounts, it seems, those LJ users will be able to read my flocked entries via the Friends page of that pseudo-account. You do not need to make an account and password in IJ, just use the OpenID sign-in here.

To receive email replies to OpenID comments: Log in with your OpenID. This should give you a page with a My IJ link. Click that link and choose Edit Your Profile, and enter an email address. Once you validate it, replies to your OpenID comments will be emailed to you just like normal comments. You can also upload icons, and your default icon will appear on your OpenID comments.

So, would anyone who only has an LJ account and still wishes to read my flocked posts, please make an OpenID comment to this or another entry. On the comment form, click the radio-button next to OpenID user and enter your LJ journal url in the window that appears (username.livejournal.com or users.livejournal.com/_username_ in case of underscores). Alternatively, log in via the link above; that will also create a pseudo-account for you.