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  • Jun. 8th, 2005 at 3:52 AM
Evil Chuckle
Of all the strangest things I've come across, this has gotta be the coolest!!

Click the following links to check out my Info page!

English:   info here!
Russian:  info here!

Now I wonder how long LJ has had this mirror, and I also wonder why I found out only now!! :o)

What a pleasant surprise!! :)

Kaydeeyoh!

//update: There's a nice little site called ljgate. You can use it to access LJ if you're unable to access LJ directly. For all you Palm OS browsers, try this service, it's certainly a lot more fun to carry around than importing it format-by-format. :o) -kdo

Comments

kalyancreddy wrote:
Jun. 8th, 2005 02:13 pm (UTC)
Whenever I access LJ here in my Univ apart from this very system, I get the Swedish Mirror and on this one its English, probably due to my settings.
angiasaa wrote:
Jun. 8th, 2005 06:10 pm (UTC)
Hmmm.... Interesting point to ponder, just how many mirrors does LJ maintain/have?

As far as logic is concerned, it seems too tedious a process to go ahead and manage a mirror for something as tentacular as LJ is.... It would seem more economical and practical to have a local backup for the servers and have external pipes coming in from different servers. Perhaps caching called-for data temporarily. More like having a local 'LJ gateway' for certain regions....?

Hmmm.... While making the post, the implication of the word 'mirror' never really struck me. A mirror seems too impracticable. :o)
cyberdivalive wrote:
Jun. 8th, 2005 11:52 pm (UTC)
I would like to know too -
do we have Indian language mirrors do you think?

below I have an link you might be interested in seeing regarding russian livejournal usage - there are apparently many..

http://www.zhurnal.ru/staff/gorny/english/rlj_aoir5_abstract.html


angiasaa wrote:
Jun. 9th, 2005 02:10 pm (UTC)
Wow! You've done your research, it's interesting to see how LJ has affected the Russian angle on socio-cyber communities.

Read the article, and I've bookmarked it. I might find further insights on my own random factor theories from its contents....

Thankyou!
cyberdivalive wrote:
Jun. 9th, 2005 02:18 pm (UTC)
You know I will be very interested to hear you angles and so-called "random factors":)

r
angiasaa wrote:
Jun. 9th, 2005 04:13 pm (UTC)
There are many tiny factors that influence our lives. There are major factors, and those are what sociologists and psychologists concentrate their efforts on, but there are smaller factors that have so little to contribute in themselves that it becomes too much nitty-gritty and too little use. The professionals naturally skip it altogether since the contribution from these factors, to the actual impact is very little.

I've found that people are affected by everything that they are exposed to(in any case, their minds are!). No matter how big or small the factor, there will be an effect. Sometimes, the effects emerge later on in time, sometimes, they are overpowered by other effects or nullifying or reversing factors occurring later in an individuals life.

Similarly, people apply nudges and individual forces to society. Apart from population movements and graded power struggles, every individual applies their own bit of force to the equation. Sociologists ignore this. They prefer to think in terms of masses of people. Obviously, their predictions are largely correct and by avoiding the individual aspect, they are avoiding an explanation of the exact case at hand.

I live in a world where every little thing counts. So does everybody, only, they don't count every little thing. They prefer to see everything in black and white rather than as a world that's in shades of gray as well as full of gradient colors!

We have to allow for random factors. What are random factors? I talk about them so much, yet there are so few people who've actually asked me what they are. :o)

Well, when there are small factors that I cannot account for, I call them random. The reason for my inability to account for a factor is due to incomplete information. There's always something that has not been accounted for. The best reflection of this theory is Heisenberg's Uncertainity Principle
Δx of the position measurements and the standard deviation Δp of the momentum measurements.  Then we will find that where Ћ is Planck's constant (h) divided by 2π
(move your mouse over the formula to see the alternate text.)

Often, the observer fails to take note of his/her own affect on the situation being observed. Most observers fail to notice the effect altogether, let alone drawing up a self-observance schedule for their observation. Observers tend to carelessly forget the 'I'm the center of the world' factor and that says a lot about their competency.

NEways, some factors remain un-calculated, and those are what I refer to as random factors. They can of course be noticed and duly inserted into future calculations, but often, it's too late by then and previous calculation (upon which future calculations are built upon) tend to turn out incorrect.
cyberdivalive wrote:
Jun. 9th, 2005 04:56 pm (UTC)
I've found that people are affected by everything that they are exposed to(in any case, their minds are!). No matter how big or small the factor, there will be an effect. Sometimes, the effects emerge later on in time, sometimes, they are overpowered by other effects or nullifying or reversing factors occurring later in an individuals life.


I agree
cyberdivalive wrote:
Jun. 9th, 2005 04:57 pm (UTC)

(move your mouse over the formula to see the alternate text.)

didnt work...
(no subject) - angiasaa - Jun. 9th, 2005 07:47 pm (UTC)
(no subject) - cyberdivalive - Jun. 9th, 2005 08:43 pm (UTC)
(no subject) - angiasaa - Jun. 9th, 2005 10:09 pm (UTC)
(no subject) - cyberdivalive - Jun. 9th, 2005 10:31 pm (UTC)
(no subject) - angiasaa - Jun. 9th, 2005 10:37 pm (UTC)
(no subject) - cyberdivalive - Jun. 9th, 2005 05:02 pm (UTC)
(no subject) - angiasaa - Jun. 9th, 2005 07:55 pm (UTC)
(no subject) - cyberdivalive - Jun. 9th, 2005 08:44 pm (UTC)
(no subject) - angiasaa - Jun. 9th, 2005 10:19 pm (UTC)
(no subject) - cyberdivalive - Jun. 9th, 2005 10:30 pm (UTC)
(no subject) - angiasaa - Jun. 9th, 2005 10:35 pm (UTC)
(no subject) - cyberdivalive - Jun. 9th, 2005 10:47 pm (UTC)
(no subject) - angiasaa - Jun. 9th, 2005 10:54 pm (UTC)
(no subject) - cyberdivalive - Jun. 9th, 2005 10:22 pm (UTC)
(no subject) - angiasaa - Jun. 9th, 2005 10:32 pm (UTC)
(no subject) - cyberdivalive - Jun. 9th, 2005 10:38 pm (UTC)
(no subject) - angiasaa - Jun. 9th, 2005 10:39 pm (UTC)
(no subject) - cyberdivalive - Jun. 9th, 2005 10:48 pm (UTC)
(no subject) - angiasaa - Jun. 9th, 2005 10:53 pm (UTC)
(no subject) - cyberdivalive - Jun. 9th, 2005 11:20 pm (UTC)
(no subject) - angiasaa - Jun. 9th, 2005 11:35 pm (UTC)
(no subject) - cyberdivalive - Jun. 9th, 2005 11:39 pm (UTC)
kalyancreddy wrote:
Jun. 9th, 2005 08:46 am (UTC)
A mirror seems too impracticable Indeed
cyberdivalive wrote:
Jun. 9th, 2005 04:57 pm (UTC)
why too impracticable?
kalyancreddy wrote:
Jun. 10th, 2005 02:17 pm (UTC)
Sorry for the late reply! but this comment was supposed to be UNscreeneed by angiasaa and only then could I reply.
For the answer to your question, see this, I completely agree with him.
angiasaa wrote:
Jun. 10th, 2005 07:38 pm (UTC)
Yeah, my mistake, I would have unscreened it, but I was'nt online for a while....
(no subject) - kalyancreddy - Jun. 11th, 2005 09:34 am (UTC)
(no subject) - angiasaa - Jun. 12th, 2005 01:13 pm (UTC)
cyberdivalive wrote:
Jun. 11th, 2005 03:42 pm (UTC)
thankyou - am on the road until tuesday - will catch up then.

r
(no subject) - alexli - Jun. 18th, 2005 08:40 am (UTC)
angiasaa wrote:
Jun. 18th, 2005 07:14 pm (UTC)
I have added you to my list..

My Id is the same as it's always been, "angiasaa" :o)