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The Threshold has been crossed. - Mongologue
August 28th, 2004
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The Threshold has been crossed.
Last night, I dreamed in LJ. Now, I've had FM-based dreams before, in both text-based and 'presence-based' ones.. but this is the first time my dream too the form of reading entries on a webpage. Yawp.

On another note, I have GMail invites if anyone wants one.

--Chiaroscuro

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From:gabrielnotchear
Date:August 28th, 2004 05:12 pm (UTC)
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*pokes* I would love a Gmail invite. ^^

you do know my IM, if ya ever get on, yes? (it's just GabrielNotchear)
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From:buran
Date:August 28th, 2004 11:03 pm (UTC)
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Have fun. I'm the one he got his account from. :)
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From:rcoony
Date:August 29th, 2004 04:41 am (UTC)
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Oooh! Me! :)
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From:chefmongoose
Date:August 29th, 2004 05:15 am (UTC)
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Okay, folks: You'll need to send an email to meefer@ ..well, duhr, gmail.com, so I can have an email address to sent it out to.

And Gabe, is that AIM or YIM?

--Chiaroscuro

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From:austin_dern
Date:August 30th, 2004 03:54 pm (UTC)
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So what was the dreamed thread about? And was it in your journal, or a friend's, or a stranger's?

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From:chefmongoose
Date:August 31st, 2004 04:48 am (UTC)
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It was in John Boulton koogrr's LJ.. and it was a sort of expiriment: John asked people to come up with an LJ comment from 5 years in the future, posted in reply to something he posted. ( I think I recall the words 'wish for the future' being used). I know for certain queenofstripes and jordangreywolf were among the repliers.

It seemed like a rather nifty idea for LJ. I might do it myself, but I'm stalling a bit because I sort of want to give John the first go at it.. he did so in the dream, after all.
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From:austin_dern
Date:September 7th, 2004 10:54 am (UTC)
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That's a pretty good idea at that.

There was one time back at Rutgers when I was trying to make a humor issue in which we gave fake samples of our paper from the previous 150 years or so, and the next century. (The paper was a decade old at the time.) Nobody but me saw the humor of a fake front page of a newspaper that didn't exist reporting on World War I or whatever, though, so the idea was shelved. Years later The Onion proved me right.

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