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So one year ago today I joined Dreamwidth, and of all the things I did last spring it has to be one of the best. This was my first cross-posted entry, for the record. Joining DW was totally an impulse decision, but it has been an amazing experience so far for me, and that is all because of the people on here.

So thank you, fellow DWers! Thank you friends, readers, commenters, random people who pop in from the Network page--thank you one and all! You are truly a wonderful bunch, and I look forward to many more years' dreaming on together.

Fortuitously, next week [community profile] three_weeks_for_dw starts! Thus, this poll:

Poll #2803 3 Weeks for DW!
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 15

What should I prep for posting first?

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That essay about Samurai Champloo and historicity
4 (26.7%)

One of those essays about Young Wizards and philosphical theology
5 (33.3%)

Scans of your temple stamps (goshuin/御朱印)
2 (13.3%)

That paper on Catullus' possible influence on Shakespeare's sonnets
2 (13.3%)

Something else
2 (13.3%)

ETA: "Something else" choices include that one-act play I mentioned in the comments; an audio file of a talk by Ursula K. LeGuin; and multiple anime and manga posts.

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Date: 2010-04-21 01:10 (UTC)
recessional: bare-footed person in jeans walks on log (Default)
From: [personal profile] recessional
You said Shakespeare!

(no subject)

Date: 2010-04-21 02:36 (UTC)
recessional: bare-footed person in jeans walks on log (personal; love a many splendoured thing)
From: [personal profile] recessional
Yeah, the original novel that I was babbling about having music for, yesterday? Has a complicated metatextual relationship with Shakespeare. (In-world, William Shakespeare accidentally saved the world via a coincidental - for him - and relatively short friendship with a half-crazed immortal. Needless to say he never knew this.)

(no subject)

Date: 2010-04-21 01:51 (UTC)
everchangingmuse: wao youka as fersen reading a book (fersen's reading)
From: [personal profile] everchangingmuse
Oooh, Catullus! I love Catullus! He's such a fun poet to read, in Latin as well as in translation (although way more fun in Latin^^).

I voted 'something else'

Date: 2010-04-21 03:21 (UTC)
hl: Drawing of Ada Lovelace as a young child, reading a Calculus book (Default)
From: [personal profile] hl
For the sake of explicitness, I would be really interested in either the one-act play or the audio file!

Re: I voted 'something else'

Date: 2010-04-23 03:26 (UTC)
hl: Drawing of Ada Lovelace as a young child, reading a Calculus book (Default)
From: [personal profile] hl


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