If you could change one thing about your weblog, what would it be?
I'd be comfortable with revealing more than I do
I'd write more of what I'm really feeling
I'd aim for a more "literary" journal
I'd write less of what I'm feeling
I'd use better grammar
I'd reveal less than I do
I'd post more often to my weblog
My battle monkey would have a higher battle rating
I'd use the weblog more as a diary to aid in self-improvement
I would not even change a single spelling or grammar errror (except I'd have a better battle monkey)
Which of the following describe your weblog?
I keep a weblog in order to connect with the other people in LiveJournal
I use my weblog mostly as a writing exercise
I don't have any one explanation for my weblog, which has become a thing unto itself
I use my weblog to work out what I think about things
I use my weblog to record my petty sins
I keep a weblog mostly because I like to comment to other peoples' weblogs
Polls, it's all in the polls
All I know is that my battle monkey never wins
My weblog is a kind of scratch pad for my life
Do you notice that some of your posts get far more comments than others? Which ones?
My slice of life posts
My light, fluffy, mildly comic posts
My meandering essays
The posts that mean the most to me
The posts I put the least effort into writing
The one post that got a comment was 13 months ago, and I don't remember what it said
Posts about lust sated
Posts about controversial/political topics
Which of the following have happened to you?
I have met a Livejournal friend whom I'd not know before I began my LiveJournal
I have had a dream in which LiveJournal friends I've never met appeared in the dream
My real life friends have joined LiveJournal as well, which helps me keep up with them
An irritating co-worker reads my LiveJournal
I use a lot of "friends only" posting to keep my real-life friends from seeing my journal
I use a lot of "friends only" posting to keep strangers from seeing my journal
I correspond with LJ friends by e mail and snail mail
I've set up a chat room with LJ friends
If you could live the life of anyone on LiveJournal, besides yourself, whose life would you live?
If your LiveJournal were turned into a novel, what would the title of the novel be?
What percentage of the things that you post in your journal would you be willing to tell your friends and family?
Mean: 72.12 Median: 80 Std. Dev 24.53
What surprises you most about your LiveJournal experience?
I'm much more punctual about keeping it than I ever imagined I could be
I never knew I'd care so much about people I only read about
I never dreamed my creative writing would benefit so much
I can't believe I take polls about which Circle of Hell is the right one for me
I never knew that so many kindred spirits existed out there
I never knew that it would matter this much to me
I never saw so many Tori Amos userpics in my life
What is a journal that you'd recommend to others?
Which of the following apply to you?
I am virtually the same person in LiveJournal as in real life
I am much less shy in my weblog than in real life
I am much more shy in my weblog than in real life
I wish my real life were as cool as my weblog
I wish my weblog captured my cool real life better
a fad, like pet rocks
the primitive beginnings of how web interconnection will work
a short term phase in a long-term change of media
groovy, man, especially the battle monkeys
changing my life
The Fifth Amendment question: What person has dropped you as a friend that surprised you most when they dropped you?