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 As seen on [personal profile] jcd1013 's journal:

"I have read enough blog posts to confirm this to my own satisfaction. I doubt this was a voluntary move. This post on the Russian side is particularly revealing: Servers Alive magazine moved to the Lubyanka. Note the five pages of comments. Also, "Alive magazine" means LiveJournal, in case that was unclear.
"What this means is that our content no longer has the protection of California law. It is now under the jurisdiction of a corrupt, brutal, authoritarian regime. Russians are far more at risk but what with the incoming president being so chummy with Vladimir Putin, you can draw your own conclusions.
"If that matters to you, you might want to move on.
"If you do decide to delete your LJ, please consider migrating before you pull the plug. You can import your journal to Dreamwidth, along with your icons, tags, and comments. If you own any communities, you can import them as well. (If you can afford it, please consider a paid account. Dreamwidth is a small company that accepts no advertising. We don't want it to go under. This applies to current users, too.)
"I am preparing for the possibility of either the Russian government or SUP shutting down LiveJournal without warning. If you care about your content, I suggest you do, too."
Some resources to make the transition:

I've already moved my journal over to DW and it really is fairly easy. I'm [personal profile] alianne82 over there. Please friend me there if you move as well or have already!

Additionally I can still be found on AO3: [ profile] Alianne82 , on Tumblr: [ profile] alianne and on my personal Twitter: [ profile] lang_witch although that is non-fandom. But feel free to follow me there as well.

I am not going to delete my LJ and I will keep cross-posting for a while. But I wanted to make sure I can keep all of my stuff I have on LJ. I think we should all do that, just in case.


Apr. 15th, 2012 03:50 pm
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I just went through my flist and removed a number of journals.

Some of those were inactive journals - if you haven't posted in months, I'm assuming you're not even here anymore.

The rest - well, I guess we've just grown apart. A lot of you were from the good old days of the SGA fandom, and fandom was the only thing we've ever had in common. Since we have all moved on to different fandoms, we didn't really talk anymore either.

I'd like to thank you for the time we have known each other and leave it up to you whether you remove me too or decide to keep me around (which... why would you? But whatever, your choice). I wish you all the fun with your new fandoms and may your ships never sink.

That is all.


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