Moffat and the cast and crew of NuWho have done it again to celebrate the yearly RedNose charity. Yes, the maker of Curse of Fatal Death once again skirts the issues of time and space to bring us cannonized crack fiction of the most awesome kind.
Includes Matt Smith and his two companions doing a great job of NOT cracking up during this hilarious piece. I WANTS IT! IZ PRECIOUS!
Oh, if only I could download Youtube videos I would be so happy.... I can't find this particular one on iTunes.
- Current Mood: ecstatic
We cannot rely on commercial media conglomerates for unbiased news, quality education for kids and adults, or the entertainment which I (and others!) have come to love that are all available on public Radio and Television.
They aren't talking of cutting funding-- they are talking about ELIMINATING funding. This scares the hell outta me. I always want my tax dollars to support this resource that I use, that all generations benefit from, and that provides information and entertainment resources NOT AVAILABLE ANYWHERE ELSE!
Please, if you agree, sign this too!!!!
Its an easy form that just takes 60 seconds or less and they will distribute it to the right representatives for you.
Here is an easy link for you to use.
- Current Location:dystopian state?
- Current Mood: scared
I am still around, but been posting on Facebook mostly, as most of my friend circles prefered that place. I do like Live Journal a lot, but a lot of folks never saw anything I linked or wrote until I got to FB.
I do NOT like the Facebook linking tho. It does not implement the way they said, and so that has inhibited my posting as I don't think its right that me commenting on someones thread should be posted to my wall. That invades the privacy of these folks. So I am going to get rid of that.
IF I get some feedback and all I will write more Live Journal entries, and meanwhile I will just see how it goes.
And I'm gonna get rid of the FB/LJ bond if I can.
- Current Mood: contemplative
Facebook and Twitter Connect update
We understand and appreciate your privacy concerns. For this reason, we'll be modifying the comment cross-posting portion of the Facebook and Twitter Connect feature so only comments on public entries (those marked 'Everyone') can be cross-posted. Once we implement this change, it will no longer be possible to cross-post screened comments or comments left on Friends Only entries.
We also wish to address your concerns regarding the following issues:
- Your journal cannot automatically connect to your Facebook and/or Twitter accounts: LiveJournal does not know your Facebook or Twitter identities unless you specifically add this information to your Account Settings. If you do not connect your accounts, you cannot cross-post entries or comments, accidentally or otherwise. Though you still see the cross-post checkboxes when you post, they are completely disabled and cannot be selected. Only if you specifically choose to provide your Facebook or Twitter connection information will these checkboxes become active.
- Cross-posted comments pull only the comment, not the entry content: If you cross-post a comment on another user's entry, only the comment you write will be cross-posted. No additional content will be cross-posted to Facebook or Twitter. That said, we recognize that, if someone decides to quote a portion of a protected entry in a comment, this will be cross-posted too. It is for this reason that we'll be eliminating the ability to cross-post screened comments or comments on Friends Only entries. While we cannot control user behavior and nothing on the Internet is ever completely private, we want to do our very best to ensure that your private content is not cross-posted without your express consent.
- Cross-posted comments contain only a link to the comment: When a comment is cross-posted, the Facebook or Twitter cross-post will include the comment itself (or a short snippet thereof), plus a link to the comment URL. The comment URL will contain the username of the journal in which the comment was posted. Some of you have expressed concerns that, in the case of a Friends Only journal, the cross-posted URL would reveal the existence of a journal you intended to keep non-public. This is another reason we are removing the ability to cross-post protected comments. Once this change is made, only comments on entries that are marked public (i.e., 'Everyone') will appear in cross-posts to Facebook or Twitter.
- Current Mood: relieved
Prince Poppycock is a fascinating operatic singer with a very baroque persona and presentation style. He has been on an talent show, and made it to semi finals. A friend linked it, so I am glad to see more of his work.
Here he steps away from traditional Arias to do a cover of a more modern opera-- Bohemian Rhapsody.
I keep an eye out for this guy because he is just a lot of fun, and very unusual.
- Current Mood: amused
- Current Music:Queen
ALso, LJ just released plans to offer Facebook/LJ cross content posting, so that could be really handy, since so many more people are in touch on FB, but LJ is a much better format for most content.
- Current Mood: excited
Here is Monty Pythons Philosophers World Cup. Very Lol-Worthy!
PS: Yes, I have changed the look of my page-- I wanted a makeover! :)
- Current Mood: amused
I haven't laughed so hard in ages! Very cute short film, well done.
The Fellowship of the Vuvuzela
- Current Mood: tired
Item One: Details of the so-called 'successfully capped' gulf oil leak, with math and pictures.
Item two: Lessons to a stoic vulcan like public figure on how to show more appropriate emotional responses to public issues.
Its funny! And painful. But thankfully its mostly FUNNY because its true of course.
Yay colbert and stewart for making us laugh when we wanna scream!
- Current Mood: amused