I really loved doing the last post. We got a few more visits with interesting keywords to our blog. (The wiki is much better optimized. We get few hits based on these sort of keywords.)
what to do after wank
When I first read these, I thought that these were related to wank, the fannish term. I had a mental block and didn’t realize that people were visiting the blog looking for masturbation advice.
Given that, on with the question! If we are talking actual masturbation, when you’re done, you clean yourself up. Then, if you like Fan History, you visit pages like fandom_wank and slash. If you’re talking about wanking of the fandom sort, when you’re done, you take a fandom break for a couple of days. wanking is frequently high stress. When you’re done, you need time to think, to cool down to re-evaluate, to assess what steps you need to take after that to protect yourself in fandom.
neil patrick harris icons livejournal
We’ve got information about a couple of Neil Patrick Harris LiveJournal communities. We don’t have any icons on the wiki. You could probably upload a few if you wanted to illustrate information relevant articles. You’re probably better off searching on LiveJournal for that, rather than using Google.
Dreamwidth Studios and GreatestJournal have nothing to do with each other, other than both having core fandom audiences, being run by one or two volunteers, being run with the intention of living off the money earned from the sites and using modified versions of LiveJournal’s open source code. The people who run it are not the same. They have different cultures. GreatestJournal was populated early by role players. Dreamwidth Studios was populated by metafans.
Seriously? Do people actually have races where two or three people get together to see who can get it off first? I don’t have advice for that. I haven’t seen any sort of race to wank to make fandom_wank or metafandom. If people know of any bets to see who could make one or the other in a wankfest, let me know as it would be enlightening and educational.
If you’re looking for LiveJournal statistics, check out LiveJournal community size. Sadly, these numbers haven’t been updated in a while because of a problem with our bot but there are three month months worth of data that still make it useful and interesting.
There are a couple more that I really would like to do. They require a bit more extensive answers like “why twilight is so big?” and “how do you communicate if service users are upset” so I’m putting that off for a bit.