So, I finally got a Facebook, where I'm Richard G. Clegg (unsurprisingly). I resisted at first because I hate the way facebook is so very much a locked down garden. Then I resisted because I was hoping it would all blow over but looks like there's a few years of Facebook to deal with yet. I've not been posting to LJ too much recently not from any particular disenchantment but more because I don't have a lot to say recently. So, to summarise, I have an LJ (this), twitter (richardclegg) and facebook (Richard G. Clegg) on which I'm more or less active and an incredibly neglected website http://www.richardclegg.org. I also apparently have a myspace (I thin kits steer but I haven't signed in for 10 years) and, biggest surprise to me, a LinkedIn account -- didn't know about the last one until I got a friend request the other day. I suspect I signed up some time around the universe cooling after the big bang and then forgot it's existence.
I'm also going to start up a serious work blog as I don't talk about my work that much on here and it would be nice to have some record that I do things other than dive, drink and hang out in disgusting clubs. Anyone recommend some blog hosting software for Ubuntu? (Or general blogging software which will run on linux?)