Testing, testing, 1, 2, 3…
Earlier today, a discussion with my Clarion West classmate Maura reminded me that I still hadn’t set up the crossposting function that would copy my WordPress posts over to my LiveJournal. Would that LJ’s architecture were such that this weren’t necessary, but apparently, for the moment, it is if I want to see what comments LJ users are making, without forcing them to hop over to my blog. So I’ve installed a plugin to do just that.
This means you can read my posts at three places now. On my site, on the LJ feed Julia set up (but don’t comment there), or at my LJ site, where you’re free to comment. If this works, LJ users should feel free to comment over there.
One more thing: the copy-over function has kind of kacked. The plugin was supposed to copy my whole archive over, but it did half a month in 2003 and then went dead. So I’ll see if I can get the archive copied over while I’m at it.
Let me know what you think!