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offlinemagazine 1 week ago

Thanks for linking my page! I also have a button you can find here if you want: https://offlinemagazine.neocities.org/images/button.jpg.

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literaturegirl 1 week ago

I don't know how I didn't see that. Where do you keep it hidden? I am adding it now.

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offlinemagazine 1 week ago

I haven't posted it on my website yet, I'm still looking for a good place to post it.

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literaturegirl 1 week ago

Your about page is probably the best place to put it. Easiest to find.

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colexdev 1 week ago

Thank you so much for linking to my page. I am curious, how do you go about creating a button? I don't currently have one but would consider making one.

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vashti 1 week ago

Not literaturegirl, but this is an easy page to make buttons with: https://hekate2.github.io/buttonmaker/ ^^

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literaturegirl 1 week ago

I used a mixture of what vashti referenced above, along with GIMP, I think. GIMP allowed me to get better clarity, I think?

Does anyone have any recommendations for secure, FOSS voice call alternatives? Lately I've been using Brave Talk, but I'm wondering if there's anything else. I used to use Mumble, but an old friend had a private server to host it on, so I'm not sure I could use it now.
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yourdevilfriends 1 week ago

Besides Mumble, all I can think of is Matrix. That being said VCs are complicated to implement AFAIK.

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I, too, like crows and Grandpa St. Thomas More. Nice site. :]
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vorona 2 weeks ago

Thank you very much :]

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Your site is very endearing in its simplicity; your photography is so wonderful. You have captured the souls of the people and the places you have photographed so beautifully.
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aubr 3 weeks ago

ohhh my gosh thank you so much!!!!! i'm so glad you took the time to check out my site, your journal entries & portfolio are so neat!!!

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literaturegirl 3 weeks ago

Thank you too! I'm looking forward to seeing whatever you may post in the future, especially your photography. Keep it up. :]

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I just finished reading through your new article on fountain pens; thank you for your thoughtful response! The sakura engraving on that nib is absolutely beautiful. I'm quite envious of the amount of stationery stores and community you seem to have available to you, considering I'm from a rather small Irish town with very few people (if any) to discuss this hobby with.
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literaturegirl 3 weeks ago

It would be nice to be able to test and buy fountain pens in person, but alas. My first fountain pen was a gift from a friend so I'm unsure of the brand, but after this I got a LAMY Safari because it was a widely recommended beginner choice. It writes well, and I love extra fine nibs, but the plastic barrel isn't ideal. I recommend testing dip pens someday; less convenient, but I use them for writing penpals letters.

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sakuramori 2 weeks ago

No worries! I'm really happy that you asked about it and I'm always down to enable someone on fountain pens LOL The pen is really beautiful irl and I can see why it sells out so quickly, I just had my lucky streak that day! Your friend is so nice to gift you a fountain pen ^^ I've been wanting to get a dip pen too, writing letters seem like a good idea to try and I might give it a shot one day ^^b

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This looks like a wonderful site already, and I'm very excited to see what else you add to it; especially what you might write. I like the fountain pen ink reference, also, as I've recently begun using fountain and dip pens everyday. I'd be interested in hearing about your collection or thoughts on using fountain pens, and if you have any recommendations. :]
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capstasher 3 weeks ago

Good new article LG! Keep them coming

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literaturegirl 3 weeks ago

Workin' through the list

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vashti 3 weeks ago

Interesting timing for your book club article! I helped make a bookclub here on Neocities that I just decided to step away from, though not from any negative feelings: Just busy & have been less interested in online community & friendship. If I had made a book club in HS though, I'd have felt similarly to you. I sort of skipped ever reading YA novels & whatnot & went straight to literary fiction.

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literaturegirl 3 weeks ago

I'd be interested in hearing about why you have decided to move away from online community and friendship if you ever decide to write or share anything on it. I've been struggling with my relationship with my phone and the internet recently, also, and am trying to limit it severely. And, yes... Social media is a poison when it comes to reading.

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vashti 3 weeks ago

I'll have to write something up later then, because I've been meaning to for a while! There are just so many different thoughts I have about it that it's been hard to organize them.

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literaturegirl 3 weeks ago

I love a good subheading. You should too.

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I enjoy this newly updated very important content. Especially the very important hyperlink.
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kopise 3 weeks ago

Incredibly important >:)

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thelesserword 1 month ago

Say, I got my hand on some liver meat. Do I just eat it out of the bag or is there a proper way of preparing it?

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literaturegirl 1 month ago

The classic way to eat it is fried in butter with onions, but since I don't like onions I just eat it alone, fried in pure butter. Lamb liver is what I usually have. The taste will never be amazing, and you'll notice a bit of a gritty texture, especially if it's more well-done. Really, though, it's not as bad as people say it is. It just tastes like slightly old meat, in my opinion.

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literaturegirl 1 month ago

If you don't like eating it as is, you can also always opt for pate or mix it in with some other meat. The only reservation you should have is that you don't need to eat more than one serving a week or so, due to potential vitamin A toxicity if you overeat it somehow. (That is unlikely, but nonetheless.)

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oddduck 1 month ago

I highly reccomend dirty rice: https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/276821/dirty-dirty-rice/ I have only tried it with chicken liver, but I think it ought to work with any sort.

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