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04 January 2008 @ 10:23 am
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White Asterwhite_aster on January 4th, 2008 11:06 pm (UTC)
It's very possible to make an LJ feed of an IJ journal, but the problem that I've found in this whole crossover business is the friendslocking. Flists basically work as RSS feed aggregators, and thus the journal would be an rss feed...which would not pick up the flocked entries from the Bijou.

Simplest way is still to get an IJ account and check it periodically for updates. It's an imperfect system, but lacking an official mailing/update list, it's probably the easiest.
Regina et Imperatrixshy_dramaqueen on January 5th, 2008 10:18 am (UTC)
Aw. :(

Yeah, see, I'll probably get an ij account, bookmark it somewhere and swear to check it now and then, really, and then *foof* bookmark disappears in a folder somewhere and I forget the whole thing for a year or two. I mean, I have a bookmark for how far I've come in shoebox_project somewhere. I made it before I started my bachelor's degree. I have a degree and a job now, still haven't dug up that bookmark and continued reading, even if I loved it. I just never remember it when I actually want stuff to read.
White Asterwhite_aster on January 5th, 2008 03:42 pm (UTC)
I sympathize. The same thing kind of happens to me, though the advent of RSS feeds helps a lot for a bunch of things...unfortunately, not for flocked journals, though. o.o; For where RSS feeds don't work, I've found the bookmarks toolbar in Firefox to be really helpful. I dump a bunch of links that I want to check every so often into a folder, and then set up a routine: every Sunday while I eat breakfast, or every Saturday evening or something, hit "open all in tabs" from that folder, and see if anything's new. Since there's a bunch of things in there, it's more likely that SOMETHING will have updated and I won't feel like the exercise was in vain. ;P

Also, one thing RSSish you MIGHT want to try: http://www.michaelhanscom.com/eclecticism/2004/07/08/reading-protected-livejournal-entries-via-rss
I wasn't able to get this to work, nor could a few other folks, but a few people say that it DID work, so it might depend on browser/RSS reader. I'd only use this method in a private RSS reader, though, since it involves putting your password and username in the feed name. Good luck.