February 7th, 2007

Hero

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I thought that it's by time I make some comments on the recent episodes of Heroes...

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I've also found that watching Heroes on NBC's official website is much easier than downloading it. I think what they've got there is a great idea. Sure there's commercials, but they're far shorter than the ones you see on TV. You don't even have to pay for it. And it's LEGAL. I'm totally loving it.
Internetz

Strategic maneuvering on LJ

To finish up my posting spree tonight, I shall explain just how I've been keeping up with my flist all this time despite Livejournal still being very slow.

-Don't even bother with the Login page, it always times out now. Instead, go to one of my own posts and log in by commenting. This usually takes about one hour. Meanwhile, check my flist without logging in, so once I am logged in, all I have to read are f-locked posts.

-Use the tracking feature constantly.

-Whenever I see a post I want to read or comment in, open it in a new window, or else it'll take forever to get back onto the flist. This means I usually have at least twenty windows open at a time.

-Bookmark the FAQ pages that I use a lot, because I can never remember HTML codes. >>;

-Find something else to do while waiting for pages to load- homework, reading a book, reading another website, listening to music, etc.

Voila! Time management!
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Celebrate!

Yay Fantastic Children!

I said that was going to be my last post, but then I saw this review:

Shows that allow you to think circles around yourself are fairly uncommon, but ones that can do so while so effectively forcing you to live the fear, pain, and, ultimately, happiness of its cast are rarified to the point of being treasures: pure, glittering jewels floating in a river of anime.

:'D

I really want to watch that special ending....gotta ask my mom to bring her portable DVD player this Friday.