I really do feel like a blogwhore sometimes. I've kept so many in the past, hopping from one to another. The very first one I had was a LiveJournal which is now deleted. That was a big favor to the internet, honestly XD If it had to be exposed to my preteen ramblings of angst and insanity, it'd be too much.
I think aside from that one LJ I've kept 4 main ones, and here they are in chronological order:
Xanga: hikari no uchuujin
I kept this throughout high school. I did a lot of html experimentation on it, and the results of my obsession with online quizzes and surveys are plastered all over the damn place! When I go back to Xanga now, I notice how much it's changed. Honestly, it's a bit confusing for me, the layout is a little all over the place. My sister Mika said it takes some getting used to, but whatever, I don't think I'm going back :P
Yea, for a time I blogged pretty extensively on MySpace. I did a lot of html experimentation on MySpace a lot too, actually, back when that was totally the thing. It kind of died out for me now. It was quite fun while it lasted, though.
If you want to know how I got this name, I was literally typing gibberish one day and it came up. I thought it sounded cool, wanted the name to stick, so I used it for everything. theJollity stuck better than it though, and I'm glad for it. Anyway, I got a Vox when I decided I wanted to get more "serious" about blogging again. I mostly blogged about Heroes episode reviews, what went on at school, stuff like that. It's fun reading through it... I really do forget what I write about. I had some deep thought things that my good friend Heidi always gave me advice about, like in this entry. When I really think about it, I think I took that advice and internalized it. I love you, Heidi :) Oh, and I found this entry particularly interesting because in it I detailed how I felt about my friends at the time. I did that because nobody really ever bothered to read the Vox, hahaha. What I really liked about Vox was the Question of the Days, which often turned up some interesting responses. I actually think that I blogged better on my Vox than I did here. Maybe it only seems like it now, thought. What do you think?
The fourth one is, quite obviously, this one. I like it pretty okay, I think I liked LiveJournal the best when I had it because it was so community-based and it was pretty easy to change layouts and add content. Not to mention that the whole hiding-things-under-the-cut was a pretty wicked feature. But I somehow haven't been able to get back into the "feel" of LJ, if you know what I mean. I do currently have my own LJ, but I only really made it to keep up with a certain community I was stalking. Now I just use it for stalking in general :P
I know for a fact that I have several other accounts just kind of strewn across the internet, but I really don't remember them, so they must not have anything too terribly significant in them. I like to keep these old accounts though... looking back is fun.
Today's thanks goes to: José, Jason Tadeo, and Dean, for movies and dinner tonight. Korean BBQ = unbelievably delicious! Thanks guys, ya'll made my day!