lucie caboosie
05 May 2015 @ 05:05 am










just comment
& I'll most likely add you.

Yo. I totally don't post here anymore. I posted six times in 2010 and most of them were Celine Dion related. so, there's that - you are more than welcome to add me, I just don't really post here. I use it to keep up with my friends list/communities. 

But, if you care - I was born in 1983, which makes me 29. I have a Masters in Educational Technology. I used to be a teacher and now I work in tech support and surf the net all day. I just want to make art and help people. I married my college sweetheart in 2008 and we have three cats. I've been a computer geek my whole life - the first thing I bought when I got my first credit card at 16 was a domain name.
 

thanks for coming!


other things I own and do nothing with:
twodrifters  & brokeshopaholic
anotheremptysky.org 


other things I own and do things with:
twitter & personal tumblr &  fandom tumblr & theonewithfics

previously:
 
inhistouch & sparklngdiamond & theonewithicons
storyofgirl.org & partly-cloudy.org & immortelle.nu

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lucie caboosie
15 February 2012 @ 12:21 pm
So, listen, about a year ago there was a massive shift from LJ to tumblr fandom-wise and that's great! That's fine! I'm just old school and like LJ, where things move slower and things don't get quite as heated.

The only problem with that is the last time I gave up tumblr for a bit ... well, almost nothing happens here. A few other people expressed the idea that they want to come to the LJ dark side but have no clue how to use it.

So, holla.Collapse )
 
 
lucie caboosie
24 August 2011 @ 04:07 pm
whenidance's guide to surviving the new rich text hot mess

This will probably be the only public entry I'll ever make here. WHEE! :D

Some people are having problems posting large blocks of text in the rich text editor. Since it doesn't seem like LJ is fixing it any time soon, throw rich text out the window and use HTML only. valentina_says asked me this weekend what I did in high school extracurricular wise, and teaching myself HTML when the computer nerds couldn't is the only thing that's even remotely helpful 10 years later.

Helpful coding in hereCollapse )

There's probably something like this out there, but I was too lazy to find it. My recommendation is to never look at the rich text side again and come to the HTML dark side. It's confusing at first but SO MUCH easier once you get the hang of it. Like, any time I post anything, all I have to do is copy and paste because I've done the formatting all along. If anyone has any questions on anything, I'm definitely willing to attempt to help. :)