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Title: fresh stains and forget-me-knots
Author: [livejournal.com profile] puchuupoet
Pairing: Gabriel/Castiel
Word Count: ~15,400
Rating: nc-17
Heads-up: Takes place between 5.16 and 5.19 (spoilers for events in both those episodes); language, adult situations, incest
Disclaimer: Not mine, never happened, completely fictional.

Notes: Written for the Gabriel Big Bang, with wonderful artwork by [livejournal.com profile] ninurta (which can be found here)

Part 1

fresh stains and forget-me-knots )
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Title: fresh stains and forget-me-knots
Author: [livejournal.com profile] puchuupoet
Pairing: Gabriel/Castiel
Word Count: ~15,400
Rating: nc-17
Heads-up: Takes place between 5.16 and 5.19 (spoilers for events in both those episodes); language, adult situations, incest
Disclaimer: Not mine, never happened, completely fictional.

Notes: Written for the Gabriel Big Bang, with wonderful artwork by [livejournal.com profile] ninurta (which can be found here)

This was originally intended as a birthday present for [livejournal.com profile] thunder_nari a couple years ago, and then it kept growing into something much more massive than the original ficlet :D Many thanks to her for the original brainstorming (and an early/late happy birthday ♥) and to all the wonderful friends who've helped and encouraged me through this fic. [livejournal.com profile] kelisab, [livejournal.com profile] morganoconner, [livejournal.com profile] cho_malfoy, and [livejournal.com profile] chaosraven.




fresh stains and forget-me-knots )

Part 2
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Originally posted by [livejournal.com profile] karate0kat at All U.S. Internet Providers will be policing downloads by July 12, 2012
Originally posted by [livejournal.com profile] lk737 at All U.S. Internet Providers will be policing downloads by July 12, 2012
Please repost this? I have never begged for one of my posts to be boosted. I am just so worried for my friends and want you to know.

According to this article, dated March 15, 2012:
http://www.digitaltrends.com/webnews/major-isps-turn-into-copyright-police-by-july-says-riaa/

"File-sharers, beware: By July 12, major US Internet service providers (ISPs) will voluntarily begin serving as copyright police for the entertainment industry, according to Cary Sherman, chief executive of the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). The so-called “six-strikes” plan is said to be one of the most effective anti-piracy efforts ever established in the US."

The article goes on to give details. After six notices, internet providers will decide to throttle a person's internet speed, or cut it off altogether. I don't know if they will crack down on torrents only, or if it is up to the internet provider. I get the sense it is up to the internet provider. So some people could get away with downloading non torrents, while others might get their internet service cut off. I urge you to click it and read, as we all know people who download.

No more downloading eps of your favorite shows for vidding, gifs, or fanfiction art. No more downloading screencaps possibly. I'm so sorry my friends. I don't even know if BT Guard will work to protect you, but I would google it if I were you. It is a professional service that supposedly can protect you from the invasive eyes of your internet provider.

Just, my friends, please make each other aware. Please be aware of the date JULY 12TH. Mark your calendar and double check with your internet provider by then. If you start receiving notices of downloaded activity, this is why. And your internet service could be throttled or cut off.

Fox news confirms this:
http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2012/03/17/us-isps-become-copyright-cops-starting-july-12/

Youtube video explaining this:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5OG0R-yS-c




Well, I'm totally fucked. 
puchuupoet: (h&ah: you know i can take you)
Originally posted by [livejournal.com profile] denorios at Please take a seat in the shaming room...
Since a number of US newspapers have refused to republish the latest Doonesbury cartoon strip which highlights the way Republicans are attempting to undermine a woman's right to choose, I feel it's important to make sure the message still gets across.

The shaming room awaits.

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puchuupoet: (httyd: flying free)
Selling more of my movies. They're all listed in an Excel file (link below to dl) with notes on their quality and genre and the like. I do have them listed whether I'm going to save them or sell them, but that's not set in stone at this time.

I have limited internet, so it may take me a day or two to get back to questions/requests. Comments or emails are fine, and it'll be done on a first come, first served basis.

I'm asking $3 per movie (unless it's in a really worn condition), and box sets/TV shows will probably be $10-$15.

Money is going to my rent and food fund.

hxxp://www.mediafire.com/?9s3lijysrda592q
(if the link doesn't work for some reason, I can email it directly to you/try reuploading it)

Titles )

post

Jan. 23rd, 2012 05:01 pm
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Originally posted by [livejournal.com profile] cantarina1 at post
Originally posted by [livejournal.com profile] electricdruid at The fiasco continues

ACTA in a Nutshell –

What is ACTA?  ACTA is the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement. A new intellectual property enforcement treaty being negotiated by the United States, the European Community, Switzerland, and Japan, with Australia, the Republic of Korea, New Zealand, Mexico, Jordan, Morocco, Singapore, the United Arab Emirates, and Canada recently announcing that they will join in as well.

Why should you care about ACTA? Initial reports indicate that the treaty will have a very broad scope and will involve new tools targeting “Internet distribution and information technology.”

What is the goal of ACTA? Reportedly the goal is to create new legal standards of intellectual property enforcement, as well as increased international cooperation, an example of which would be an increase in information sharing between signatory countries’ law enforcement agencies.

Essential ACTA Resources

  • Read more about ACTA here: ACTA Fact Sheet
  • Read the authentic version of the ACTA text as of 15 April 2011, as finalized by participating countries here: ACTA Finalized Text
  • Follow the history of the treaty’s formation here: ACTA history
  • Read letters from U.S. Senator Ron Wyden wherein he challenges the constitutionality of ACTA: Letter 1 | Letter 2 | Read the Administration’s Response to Wyden’s First Letter here: Response
  • Watch a short informative video on ACTA: ACTA Video
  • Watch a lulzy video on ACTA: Lulzy Video

Say NO to ACTA. It is essential to spread awareness and get the word out on ACTA.

Via Tumblr

puchuupoet: (m&s: flirts)
Title: kneel beside my hope
Author: [livejournal.com profile] puchuupoet
Word Count: ~485
Characters: Ben, Marcus
Rating: pg-13 (language)
Heads up: Werewolf fic
Disclaimer: Not mine, never happened, completely fictional.
Notes: Tweedy werewolf! Written for [livejournal.com profile] cho_malfoy for Christmas ♥♥

Ben makes his way to the kitchen, hoping that there's still beer left over from the night before. )
puchuupoet: (m&s: flirts)
Title: kneel beside my hope
Author: [livejournal.com profile] puchuupoet
Word Count: ~485
Characters: Ben, Marcus
Rating: pg-13 (language)
Heads up: Werewolf fic
Disclaimer: Not mine, never happened, completely fictional.
Notes: Tweedy werewolf! Written for [livejournal.com profile] cho_malfoy for Christmas ♥♥

Ben makes his way to the kitchen, hoping that there's still beer left over from the night before. )
puchuupoet: (hipster owl is better than you)
Title: undone differences
Author: [livejournal.com profile] puchuupoet
Word Count: ~600
Characters: Dean, Sam, Castiel
Rating: g
Heads up: Schmoop, Cat!Cas
Disclaimer: Not mine, never happened, completely fictional.
Notes: Written for [livejournal.com profile] probing_grays for Christmas ♥♥

There is a small cat in a trench coat in front of Sam, and he's not quite sure what to do with it. )
puchuupoet: (hipster owl is better than you)
Title: undone differences
Author: [livejournal.com profile] puchuupoet
Word Count: ~600
Characters: Dean, Sam, Castiel
Rating: g
Heads up: Schmoop, Cat!Cas
Disclaimer: Not mine, never happened, completely fictional.
Notes: Written for [livejournal.com profile] probing_grays for Christmas ♥♥

There is a small cat in a trench coat in front of Sam, and he's not quite sure what to do with it. )
puchuupoet: (follow that sucker forever)
Title: illuminated
Author: [livejournal.com profile] puchuupoet
Word Count: ~1370
Characters: Jared/Jensen
Rating: pg-13 (language)
Heads up: Schmoop, some angst
Disclaimer: Not mine, never happened, completely fictional.
Notes: Written for [livejournal.com profile] nevaeh86 for the prompts she left in her journal: Something quiet, something a little bit melancholy maybe but at the same time warms your heart at the end and the Coldplay song "Christmas Lights".


The house is dark when Jensen gets dropped off, and he glances at his watch. Jared should be home by now, having arrived in Vancouver the previous day. )
puchuupoet: (follow that sucker forever)
Title: illuminated
Author: [livejournal.com profile] puchuupoet
Word Count: ~1370
Characters: Jared/Jensen
Rating: pg-13 (language)
Heads up: Schmoop, some angst
Disclaimer: Not mine, never happened, completely fictional.
Notes: Written for [livejournal.com profile] nevaeh86 for the prompts she left in her journal: Something quiet, something a little bit melancholy maybe but at the same time warms your heart at the end and the Coldplay song "Christmas Lights".


The house is dark when Jensen gets dropped off, and he glances at his watch. Jared should be home by now, having arrived in Vancouver the previous day. )
puchuupoet: (open road.)
Title: cemeteries
Author: [livejournal.com profile] puchuupoet
Word Count: ~1100
Characters: Dean, Sam
Rating: pg-13 (language)
Heads-ups: Takes place pre-S4. Author notes under the cut.
Disclaimer: Not mine, never happened, completely fictional.
Notes: Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] gorgeousnerd for the beta <3 Written for [livejournal.com profile] 50states_spn.

Oregon )
puchuupoet: (open road.)
Title: cemeteries
Author: [livejournal.com profile] puchuupoet
Word Count: ~1100
Characters: Dean, Sam
Rating: pg-13 (language)
Heads-ups: Takes place pre-S4. Author notes under the cut.
Disclaimer: Not mine, never happened, completely fictional.
Notes: Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] gorgeousnerd for the beta <3 Written for [livejournal.com profile] 50states_spn.

Oregon )
puchuupoet: (hallelujah.)
Title: solitude
Author: [livejournal.com profile] puchuupoet
Word Count: ~1600
Characters: Dean, Cas
Rating: pg
Heads-up: Spoilers for eps previous to 7.03
Disclaimer: Not mine, never happened, completely fictional.

Notes: Inspired by [livejournal.com profile] cafe_de_labeill's Advent calender artwork and Oh, Starling's God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen. Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] playthefool for the beta and feedback ♥

The holidays are made for memories, and memories are why alcohol was invented. )
puchuupoet: (hallelujah.)
Title: solitude
Author: [livejournal.com profile] puchuupoet
Word Count: ~1600
Characters: Dean, Cas
Rating: pg
Heads-up: Spoilers for eps previous to 7.03
Disclaimer: Not mine, never happened, completely fictional.

Notes: Inspired by [livejournal.com profile] cafe_de_labeill's Advent calender artwork and Oh, Starling's God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen. Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] playthefool for the beta and feedback ♥

The holidays are made for memories, and memories are why alcohol was invented. )
puchuupoet: (Default)
If there was a way to add a tiny little santa hat to Marcus in my icon, my holiday season would be made ♥
puchuupoet: (Default)
If there was a way to add a tiny little santa hat to Marcus in my icon, my holiday season would be made ♥
puchuupoet: (kitten!)
Originally posted by [livejournal.com profile] heeroluva at Livejournal to do away with subject line in comments
FYI I did not translate this (found it on an anon comm), but I ran the original through Google translate and it's correct.

[livejournal.com profile] igrick, dude in charge of lj design, has posted the following today:

New LJ. Step one: comments.

Folks, as the first step of a major design change me and Tyoma (lj user tema) were talking about we've rolled out the new comments system onto the beta-testing servers. I wanted to say "rolled out the new design" but it's really is a completely new system, not a simple design change. It's only available to beta-users for now (you can become one by joining the[info] lj_ru_beta community and enabling beta-mode here) and to journals that have default commenting design enabled (like mine does).

Better see once than read this text a hundred times, but I'm going to talk about my impressions and major changes anyway.

- new comments can be added without page reload;
- comments could be posted by pressing ctrl+enter shortcut - this is genius;
- comments no longer have Subject field and this is non-negotiable;
- mass comment actions are made simpler: you only need to select one comment and you'll see the actions panel (we'll add more options later);
- marking new comments option - the juiciest part for people who get many of them. It's very simple: adds "new" mark to comments that were added since you've last visited the page. I've got a new habit because of it: I open the comments page, mark the first comment, select "mark all" and "collapse all" and then scroll down looking for new comments which I then expand and reply to. That means that all new comments get replies in one go without page being refreshed. Then I refresh the page and repeat the process. It's much more useful for me than email because I get a lot of comments.

Big pic (in Russian) under cut, but it gives the basic idea )

- Because of the new method of selecting userpics I've started using them more.
- It's much easier to add a link, a picture or a video into a comment (we'll add selecting/adding to and from the ScrapBook).
- All actions are now animated and that looks much nicer.

And many other nice things. Anyway, if you're interested - try out the beta-mode, discuss, criticize, suggest.


My thoughts:
So I'm definitely not thrilled with this. The whole removal of subject lines will totally mess up kink/comment memes/comms. I kind of foresee a mass migration to Dreamwidth.

Going through the comments people don't seem happy. In one reply [livejournal.com profile] igrick says that less than 1% of commenters use the subject line, the person resorts by asking for backing for that statistic and what about the communities that rely heavily on the use of subjects, and then igrick says I already gave you the statistic... Also is seems like this will affect ALL PREVIOUS COMMENTS not just new ones. Taking a moment to consider email notifications, if you're following a post with a lot of comments that would have previously been separated by subject, there will now be no way to differentiate them in emails because of the lack of a subject line.

It seems like the site is being pushed to be like facebook. If I wanted to use facebook I'd be there... seeing as this isn't facebook I don't want it to work like it. Comments also say that with this system the page loads slower than refreshing upon the addition of a comment (as if LJ wasn't slow enough already). The addition of animations and transitions will not make this browser friendly and will significantly hinder people with slower computers... As someone that normally has dozens of LJ tabs open at a time and a browser that uses too much memory as it is, this does not seem like a good thing.

Oh look and we have some English comments popping up that show how much igrick doesn't care:
Commenter: It is absolutely unacceptable to remove subject lines. You can say goodbye to fandom if you implement that.
igrick: Is it just a copy-past from some other place, or your thoughts?

Commenter: Why are subject lines being removed? Please explain.
igrick: Just because of 99% of comments have no subject and displayed as "no subject" in threads. It is not make sense to have a subject for comment.

Do the 99% that don't use subjects really care? Does it offend them in some way? Does it inconvenience them to see it? So the 1% don't matter? The hundreds of communities that have hundreds of thousands of posts where subject lines are immensely important don't matter? Yes, this is most likely to effect fandom communities, but if a mass exodus of fandom communities happens, the individuals are likely to follow. If this is implemented (without the option to opt out) it will not be a good thing for LJ's fannish userbase.

Can we please stop fixing stuff that's not broken?

ETA: So it seems since shit has hit the proverbial fan on igrick's journal, he added: "By the way — for the moment, and nearest half a year or even a year, we talking only about S1 commenting page. Journal, where comments are in design of journal, still will have subject lines both in commenting form and threads." Then someone asks "Does it mean that after that 'half a year or even a year' the same changes will come to journal designs as well?" and he replies "I can't tell definitely now, but probably yes. As well as probably now. It depends on many things, especially on how S2, as system to design journal, will be developed." So this won't affect the majority in the near future but still...

Also if you're going to post on his journal, he can't see subjects.

puchuupoet: (kitten!)
Originally posted by [livejournal.com profile] heeroluva at Livejournal to do away with subject line in comments
FYI I did not translate this (found it on an anon comm), but I ran the original through Google translate and it's correct.

[livejournal.com profile] igrick, dude in charge of lj design, has posted the following today:

New LJ. Step one: comments.

Folks, as the first step of a major design change me and Tyoma (lj user tema) were talking about we've rolled out the new comments system onto the beta-testing servers. I wanted to say "rolled out the new design" but it's really is a completely new system, not a simple design change. It's only available to beta-users for now (you can become one by joining the[info] lj_ru_beta community and enabling beta-mode here) and to journals that have default commenting design enabled (like mine does).

Better see once than read this text a hundred times, but I'm going to talk about my impressions and major changes anyway.

- new comments can be added without page reload;
- comments could be posted by pressing ctrl+enter shortcut - this is genius;
- comments no longer have Subject field and this is non-negotiable;
- mass comment actions are made simpler: you only need to select one comment and you'll see the actions panel (we'll add more options later);
- marking new comments option - the juiciest part for people who get many of them. It's very simple: adds "new" mark to comments that were added since you've last visited the page. I've got a new habit because of it: I open the comments page, mark the first comment, select "mark all" and "collapse all" and then scroll down looking for new comments which I then expand and reply to. That means that all new comments get replies in one go without page being refreshed. Then I refresh the page and repeat the process. It's much more useful for me than email because I get a lot of comments.

Big pic (in Russian) under cut, but it gives the basic idea )

- Because of the new method of selecting userpics I've started using them more.
- It's much easier to add a link, a picture or a video into a comment (we'll add selecting/adding to and from the ScrapBook).
- All actions are now animated and that looks much nicer.

And many other nice things. Anyway, if you're interested - try out the beta-mode, discuss, criticize, suggest.


My thoughts:
So I'm definitely not thrilled with this. The whole removal of subject lines will totally mess up kink/comment memes/comms. I kind of foresee a mass migration to Dreamwidth.

Going through the comments people don't seem happy. In one reply [livejournal.com profile] igrick says that less than 1% of commenters use the subject line, the person resorts by asking for backing for that statistic and what about the communities that rely heavily on the use of subjects, and then igrick says I already gave you the statistic... Also is seems like this will affect ALL PREVIOUS COMMENTS not just new ones. Taking a moment to consider email notifications, if you're following a post with a lot of comments that would have previously been separated by subject, there will now be no way to differentiate them in emails because of the lack of a subject line.

It seems like the site is being pushed to be like facebook. If I wanted to use facebook I'd be there... seeing as this isn't facebook I don't want it to work like it. Comments also say that with this system the page loads slower than refreshing upon the addition of a comment (as if LJ wasn't slow enough already). The addition of animations and transitions will not make this browser friendly and will significantly hinder people with slower computers... As someone that normally has dozens of LJ tabs open at a time and a browser that uses too much memory as it is, this does not seem like a good thing.

Oh look and we have some English comments popping up that show how much igrick doesn't care:
Commenter: It is absolutely unacceptable to remove subject lines. You can say goodbye to fandom if you implement that.
igrick: Is it just a copy-past from some other place, or your thoughts?

Commenter: Why are subject lines being removed? Please explain.
igrick: Just because of 99% of comments have no subject and displayed as "no subject" in threads. It is not make sense to have a subject for comment.

Do the 99% that don't use subjects really care? Does it offend them in some way? Does it inconvenience them to see it? So the 1% don't matter? The hundreds of communities that have hundreds of thousands of posts where subject lines are immensely important don't matter? Yes, this is most likely to effect fandom communities, but if a mass exodus of fandom communities happens, the individuals are likely to follow. If this is implemented (without the option to opt out) it will not be a good thing for LJ's fannish userbase.

Can we please stop fixing stuff that's not broken?

ETA: So it seems since shit has hit the proverbial fan on igrick's journal, he added: "By the way — for the moment, and nearest half a year or even a year, we talking only about S1 commenting page. Journal, where comments are in design of journal, still will have subject lines both in commenting form and threads." Then someone asks "Does it mean that after that 'half a year or even a year' the same changes will come to journal designs as well?" and he replies "I can't tell definitely now, but probably yes. As well as probably now. It depends on many things, especially on how S2, as system to design journal, will be developed." So this won't affect the majority in the near future but still...

Also if you're going to post on his journal, he can't see subjects.

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