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    Jai Keshava NikolaiI's Avatar
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    Do you miss Lit-net?

    It's still here, of course. I mean the old Lit-net. Litnet with so many people, but a lot of them are here still... I feel positive about the future, for Lit-net... always seemed a good community and still seems vibrant...

    A lot I guess is based on the literature... and I love still American, Russian, German literature, all kinds...

    Emerson, Poe, Rilke, Chekhov, etc....

    Roger Zelazny, Philip K Dick..

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    Hey! I remember you. Many are returning, a bit slowly, but creeping back from the carnage of the Facebook, and other social horrids.

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    Hey Nikolai I remember you too!!
    what does
    Jai Keshava
    mean?
    or is that your real name?
    it may never try
    but when it does it sigh
    it is just that
    good
    it fly

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    Of course. I spent a lot of time here in my late teens and I still pop in but only to write a blog entry every few months/year so people know I'm alive. Since I didn't actually read much save for what we were given for English literature I didn't really do literary discussions so always felt a little fraudulent in a literature forum. But the community was always welcoming and engaging. It's always nice to see the old usernames pop up.
    No doubt but there is none other beeste comparable to the mightie dragon in awsome power and majestie, and few so worthie of the diligent studies of wise men - Gildas Magnus, Ars Draconis, 1465

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    A User, but Registered! tonywalt's Avatar
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    I'd say the other social medias took away forum members, namely fb, but also twitter and instagram

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    Glad to have you back, NicolaiI.

    @Bluebiird- You donīt participate in the literary discussions(which have become very few) but your blog is a very important contribution, a sort of subjective chronicle of the interior of US, that helps to keep the site alive.
    #Stay home as much as you can and stay well

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    Jai Keshava NikolaiI's Avatar
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    Hi Bluebird!

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    Jai Keshava NikolaiI's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluebiird View Post
    Of course. I spent a lot of time here in my late teens and I still pop in but only to write a blog entry every few months/year so people know I'm alive. Since I didn't actually read much save for what we were given for English literature I didn't really do literary discussions so always felt a little fraudulent in a literature forum. But the community was always welcoming and engaging. It's always nice to see the old usernames pop up.
    Thanks for this beautiful reply... it's good to see you around. I've read your blog a couple times, when they were pretty lengthy things. By the way, that is pretty much the most amazing quote, in your signature.

    Quote Originally Posted by cacian View Post
    Hey Nikolai I remember you too!!
    what does
    Jai Keshava
    mean?
    or is that your real name?
    Thanks much, Cacian I'm glad to see you too. We talked about poetry mostly as I remember.. anglophile too... Jai Keshava, no it's actually a Hindu thing... (I'm not Indian).
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