A few months back, Josh sent me a list of the LJ users who were subscribed to the LiveJournal feed of my journal. Of the names I recognized (after looking at the journals), about half were sf folks and nearly half were Swarthmore-related, with a few assorted other friends from other contexts.
There were also a couple dozen people whose names I didn't recognize at all, and I imagine there are a fair number of other people I don't know who use my journal interface rather than LJ. So I'm curious about who y'all are.
This is, of course, entirely optional, but I invite anyone who I don't know (and anyone who I do know if you haven't told me you read the journal, or for that matter if you just want to say hi) to post a comment to this entry (preferably on my site rather than in LJ) introducing yourself, saying hi, and/or providing a link to your own site or journal (if applicable). If you feel like mentioning how you found my journal and/or whether you're a writer or not, feel free.
(This entry was partly sparked by the delightful surprise of seeing my journal mentioned on Jim Kelly's list of sf-related blogs. I'm pleased to be in such fine company. And yes, Jim (if you see this entry), I do think your column is sort of a print blog (with an online version); I'd say it joins Howard Waldrop's "unblog" over at The Infinite Matrix in the interstitial :) area between column and blog.)