||[Jul. 29th, 2011|01:04 am]
Once again, the crossposter from warrenellis.com to this LJ account has died. It might be fallout from the DDoS attack LJ's supposedly been under this week, or from whatever unknown ballsup stopped LJ from working last week, or perhaps the internets have just given the fuck up. Who knows.|
It's time for me to take LJ off the list of things I need to check once a week to see if they're working. The crossposter will be switched off for good in two weeks, and this will become a static account.
Please consider adding www.warrenellis.com to whatever feed reader you use. It's currently on low power while I focus on the novel, but it'll continue to pop every day or two.
I can also be found on Tumblr, and on Facebook, on Instagram as warrenellis, and, of course, on Twitter as @warrenellis.
My public "dump" email address is firstname.lastname@example.org, which gets checked every day, if you want to contact me.
Thanks for being around. Take care.
2011-07-29 02:29 am (UTC)
Certainly can't blame you. LJ seems to be spiraling the drain and every week I question why I'm still here.
Thank you for your efforts and generosity. See you in another reader.
For people who use LJ as their primary reader (I like it better than any of the others, in particular because of the way I can set the appearance for my vision fail), there's an RSS feed account already set up at http://wrrn-ellis-rss.livejournal.com/
I totally understand your frustration, but I'm certain you're right that the DDOS attack is the problem, and they're working on it.
Thanks for that, Alumiere.
And thanks for letting us know, Warren.
Thanks :) LJ is my reader too, all the blogs I read I follow through LJ these days (so imagine how lost I've been lately :o)
That's very useful, thank you!
Hi there, awesome site. I thought the topics you posted on were very interesting
I want to say you've made a wrong choice here, and while I'm still more or less content with my own dealings with LJ...I don't think I have the right. Nor even sufficient evidence right now either. Not after Release 88 and the arguments between other users and LJ management that kicked off over that.
More as it occurs to me.
Alrighty, then. Off to Warrenellis.com I go.
Wow man, I read the entire Metropolitan series last December. What a great work! I've now started to miss Spider Jerusalem.