we need to become more active in this place so hop in here and talk
Liity LibraryThingin jäseneksi, niin voit kirjoittaa viestin.
Manga, Manhua, and Manhwa Read in 2020
Publishers dropping a series I love is irritating, though. I like to know someone can read the whole story.
My holiday gift to myself included parts of Blue Exorcist, Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan, and a shorter series new to me, Shout Out Loud!. The last one is so-so.
My sword-loving child is getting new copies of the two-volume Rurouni Kenshin from Santa, but he's been delayed by
That is good luck with his birthday.
I delivered a letter from Santa explaining how gifts were misplaced. It came with an apology gift (a book about Japan, which she's asking about every day). The manga arrived the other day, so it will appear under the tree tonight after we celebrate the end of 2020.
I am deeply grateful to see the end of this year.
I will also be glad to see the end of 2020, and am truly hoping for a healthier 2021!
i'm trying to get to 100 site viewers by the end of this month so please look
;-; i jus really fucking bored and dont want to talk to my frens
So maybe try spending more time with other friends.
GOD BLESS MERICA
WHO WANTS TO GO OUT WITH A BANG
especially using a shotgun and shooting it 4 times n it sounding similar to a firework
>92 kxtty_fangzz: How's your friend?
Nevermind. I'm caught up.
(I just learned comme ci, comme ça might sound old. 😅) Moi aussi, je ne connais pas bien le français.
In general, you'd need to plan ahead and let the teacher, coach, or someone else in charge know if you need more breaks.
Specifically, what would encourage group members to talk about anime, manga, and related stuff? A bunch of nonsense that entertains a few people for a few seconds isn't worth the space it takes up here; and this isn't one of the platforms where that's fun for long, anyway. This also isn't a general social group.
I have a feeling there was a rumor going around that this group is... something... other than what it was meant to be. If enough members want to change what the group is about, we can with a name change and all that, but the group will still need to follow the expectations of LibraryThing. The team that runs the site says groups should have a specific interest.
* The current count is 693 members! That's just from the change in membership settings last season. The problem is extremely low engagement. People are joining but not feeling up to talking--or to adding anything to their catalogs. Maintaining a catalog of works is primarily what this site is for! (I feel like offering prizes for members who figure out how to add at least one anime, manga, light novel. Mmm... like, digital stickers?)
But, what were y'all expecting to see in this group? Links to proxy sites, apparently. What else other than general chitchat?
Now I'm back and the main chat has been shut down for a reasonable purpose it seems, but that pretty much led to the downfall of this place. There are a whole bunch of different topics now, all dead for the most part.
It would be really hard for newcomers to gain a feel of what the point of this group really is with everything scattered around like this. Most newcomers, like me a year ago, found this group because they were looking for unblocked sites. Newcomers, like me, were more likely to hang around back then because unblocked sites were actually being shared and easily accessed but idek what's going on now 🤷🏾♀ can't imagine how newcomers are supposed to know and stick around for it.
I'm guessing what happened to this place:
... me, taking over as a group admin and trying to put order to chaos before this group gets shut down for causing too many problems for LibraryThing as a whole (and I know, seeing my posts isn't exactly fun)
... fewer unblocked sites while parental, school, and government surveillance is alarmingly intense
... a shift to other platforms (maybe)
... summer break
By the way, RyujinSimp, were you sticking around before only to ask about unblocked sites, or were you interested in talking about what you read and watch (or cosplay as or specifically want to find...)?
You see, when the main chat started during that time the site had many active users. But as of now, there isn't much activity here because LibraryThing is an old site, and there's many other social media platforms such as Quora where people can ask these questions. Plus back then not many people had personal devices and there was no access to those sites, while now people have advanced phones and all that shit, leading to the downfall. (sorry its long lmao)
I honestly forgot but looking back at all my msgs a mixture of all. I stuck around for unblocked sites but at the same engaged in discussion about a lot of various topics (school, life, etc.) but yeah some including what I was reading/watching or what I read/watched. I guess I stopped dropping by here every once in a while like usual around May or April bc of ap exam season + the end of the softball season for me.
>124 aspirit: p1nkk_gutzz: Yeah I get why this group would be dying, LibraryThing isn't very well known and it wasn't exactly easy for me to find this a year ago either.
(and nah ur good cuz >123 RyujinSimp: RyujunSimp: was the most I typed all summer 💀💀)
This site is also much bigger than this one group. Calling LibraryThing dead or extinct seems to ignore most of what the site does. Going to Zeitgeist (one of the links in the top site header), noting the numbers at the top of page, then refreshing after a few minutes gives a hint of the site's life.
That's not to say going outside--when the weather is nice!--to bathe in a little area of nature isn't a great idea. Making visits to the site a routine instead of a random thing that feels like the obsessive checking people do on major social media sites might be healthy, too.
But while on this site, ummm... for what to do other than talking in the forums, sending private messages, cataloging works, adding to Common Knowledge, looking up recommendations, or reading reviews, there's participating in...
Cover Guess (all types of covers that haven't been flagged in the system as pornographic)
Book Haiku (for the whole site)
To add a haiku, find the work page for the manga or whatever then scroll just about all~ the way to the bottom of the page. Click on the pencil icon by the haiku text box. Type your poem. Make sure it's about the work. Click to save your words for everyone else to see.
Hey, random! And, I don't know how many people here can access the page, but there's a tool created after a certain election that's handy when there's only a few seconds available to drop stress levels down a tad.
I used to go there immediately after fleeing some of the nasty areas on Twitter.
Other than that... I've been trying for more than a week to get medication refilled. I had to miss a weekly dose. Looks like from the lack of messages from the doctor's office that I'll be missing another. At least this situation is not likely to be fatal....
I did not. I wasn't expecting to find one or two recommendations when searching.
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