Originally Chris Colfer/Darren Criss/Klaine/Glee/Starkid/general fangirlism. Now that plus more political/ feminism stuff than I originally intended for a fandom blog. Yay.
i have to bring my laptop in to work today, so it’s definitely the time where I take the approximately 50 folders on my desktop and shove them into one entitled “stuff”.
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ok so, everyone realizes things they tag in reblogs dont actually go in tracked tags right?
I’m tired of seeing inexperienced bloggers tag posts they reblog with mundane words related to the post.
you use can tags on rebloged posts for your own personal blog organization and to add comments and the like.
I’ve currently started to add tags like “klaine” and “kurt” because it increases the chance that I’ll be able to find a post again if I’ve put some sort of tag on it.
But yeah I always have the vague desire to go into people’s asks and be like, “reblogs don’t go into tracked tags!” and then I wonder if I’m misreading their taggging or caring too much but yeah. Good info to know.
am i bad person if when i see a cool picture i want to reblog
and then sees it’s from the-absolute-funniest-posts
i don’t reblog it
sorry to that blog if i think my life has meaning even though i’m not following them
going through some of the blogging I did on my phone while I was in New York (and tagging some of it)
and I’m legit disappointed that my phone tumblr app automatically reblogs (long enough) text posts as links
cause I NEVER reblog posts as links unless the post is major tl;dr cause I hate how it looks (and I hate having to click an extra link for what occasionally amounts to a couple sentences extra)
but apparently after you’ve posted something you can’t change it
Excuse me? Excuse me? Uh, tumblr, who are you to tell me how big of a fan I am of someone? What if I just followed this person, went through pages and pages of their blog and fell in love? What if I wanted to send this lovely person fanmail instead of a regular old ask, because I thought it’d make them feel even more special? Fuck you tumblr. You can’t tell me who I’m a fan of and who I’m not. That’s like telling a Darren fan that they can’t go to any of his shows or write him fanmail because they started to like him when he was on Glee. Don’t even, tumblr. Watch yourself.
I honestly see this as a good thing given the other problems with fanmail. Because it can’t be turned off (a decision of tumblr’s that I personally disagree with, but given that that’s the case) it would be very easy to send someone hatemail through the “fanmail” feature. If someone has been following a blog for a while (and is indeed following it) it’s less likely that they will send someone hatemail. I still think users should have the option of disabling it, though.
Whenever I’m on my phone, I have to make a Sophie’s choice between getting through most of my dash without clicking on Read Mores, and clicking on Read Mores which causes the tumblr app to crash sooner. Sure, I could ‘like’ the post and read it later, but then I feel weird about liking a post that has one note and what if I don’t like it once I’ve read it. Sigh.
Tumblr missing e. Warning
Couldn’t help but notice, that if you choose ‘Uninstall’ on this warning, the next screen explains how to remove an add-on/extension.
The example they use is to remove an add-on called ‘Slime’.
Is this a very unsubtle put down by Tumblr?
This is not very professional at all, has someone in Tumblr been drinking too much of the holiday eggnog?
Wow, that is fucking rude.
Fuck you, Tumblr.
…does tumblr realize how much they should actually thank missing e for a good chunk of their user base continuing to stay? And that missing e’s developer has been incredibly compliant with the reasonable demands they’ve made of him? And that missing e wouldn’t exist in the first place if tumblr had made their site sufficiently usable? And that the whole point of an API is that you’re allowing developers to develop things you haven’t thought of? Which missing e does?
….I can’t, tumblr.
I just got the missing e message from tumblr.
I am part of the cool kids now.
Should I uninstall missing e? Tumblr practically threatened the well-being of my family if I keep it. I’m a luddite, guys, help me! I don’t know what to DO!
Am I the only one to not have that happen? *knock on wood*
I haven’t gotten that message yet (probably because I’m not on my regular computer) but my impression from reading the message is that having missing e is fine as long as you aren’t asking for help from tumblr support. If your blog is working fine as far as you know, you won’t need to call tumblr support. If you do need to call it, uninstall/”deactivate” missing e from your browser.
Also, the missing e blog has a post about this here - go read that, it basically says what I just said here. And if you’re worried about the future go ahead and follow the missing-e tumblr because there the developer will inform you of any updates you need to know about.
Tumblr couldn’t stop thinking about the way Missing-E had made him feel that day. He would wake from dreams, sweating and servers about to crash from arousal. He had seen a lot of support-porn in his day, entire tags were dedicated to it after all, but he had never really thought about himself in those positions. Google had tried to show him filthy pictures and seemed to like tying people up.
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So, in tumblr protocol land, how long can your icon have a santa hat in it?
This is like Christmas decorations where you can leave them up til New Years, right?
i feel overwhelmed when there is lots of new glee news but bored and aimless when there’s nothing new
I am going to strangle the developer who took the tumblr iPhone app from functional if lacking in features to WON’T FUCKING SCROLL in the latest update.
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when you see a great concept for a photoset, but it’s executed poorly (or misspelled).
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