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Dumb little "amigos" trick

SimianOverlord (727643) writes | more than 9 years ago

User Journal 2

It's kind of fun. I don't know if anyone's noticed it before. There's a useful little feature called "amigos" which lets you catch up on all the journals your friends have written recently, in a nice readable format. Yours is here.

But if you want to read what other people's friends are saying you can...It's kind of fun. I don't know if anyone's noticed it before. There's a useful little feature called "amigos" which lets you catch up on all the journals your friends have written recently, in a nice readable format. Yours is here.

But if you want to read what other people's friends are saying you can...

Read t_m_p's friends journals
Read OnLawn's friends journals
Read Railgunner's friends journals

Or Cyrano, or geoswan, or ...Fortknox, the nexus ... anyone really. Just change the UID in the URL ( http://slashdot.org/journal.pl?op=friendview&uid=XXXX&start=0) to the one you want. Or if you have firefox, Bookmark this, and set it to a keyword, ie "sf" for "slashfriends". Then you can type "sf UID" into your location bar and get up a set of friends journals.

It's nice to be able to use other people's friends networks to discover regular journallers, especially if they have hardly any overlap with your own. Here's my own.

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Actually, it's easier than that (1)

squiggleslash (241428) | more than 9 years ago | (#13320108)

If you don't want to look up the UIDs of the people concerned, just do:

http://slashdot.org/my/amigos [slashdot.org] (your own)
http://slashdot.org/~squiggleslash/amigos [slashdot.org] (mine)
http://slashdot.org/~the_mad_poster/amigos [slashdot.org] (TMP's)

...etc...etc...

A lot easier to remember too!

hahaha oops! (1)

SimianOverlord (727643) | more than 9 years ago | (#13320192)

That is easier.
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