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Two questions

hey! (33014) writes | more than 10 years ago

User Journal 3

Just an experiment. I'd like to know two things.

(1) Does anyone read journal entries?

(2) How do people find journal entries they might want to read?

Just an experiment. I'd like to know two things.

(1) Does anyone read journal entries?

(2) How do people find journal entries they might want to read?

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yep (1)

Pejorian (258646) | more than 10 years ago | (#8370262)

If you set your Slashdot preferences to have /. e-mail you when your "friends" post a journal entry, then you tend to go and read those journals...

As far as I know, there's no Journal Search System, although there should be.

Re:yep (1)

Darth Fredd (663620) | more than 10 years ago | (#8454414)

ahahaha...you FOOL!!

Shit yes, their's a journal search system! It's integrated with the site search system!

Go here [slashdot.org] . Now, do you see the radio button marked JOURNALS, to the right of POLLS, to the right of USERS, to the right of COMMENTS, to the right of STORIES?

Click it.

But forget you people, I'm going to go read about hamsters [slashdot.org]

Re: journal search system (1)

Pejorian (258646) | more than 10 years ago | (#8457374)

BDIFD! (boy do I feel dumb)
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