Find your way around this blog or “Where are the screencaps?!”

1 May, 2010 at 12:13 am 3 comments

I noticed that there’s some confusion regarding the content of Joyful Molly here on WordPress and Joyful Molly on Livejournal. People are looking for content that’s not here and wonder if I’ve deleted entries. So I thought I’ll explain this for the “newbies” and hope this will make  navigation easier:

You can find everything posted here on WordPress (WP) also on LiveJournal (LJ), but not vice versa.

Here on WP, emphasis is on research and all things 18th century (art, fashion, customs, science and more), Age of Sail etc.

Reviews of movies, books and TV shows are only posted here on WP if they have historical content.

Examples: you can find my reviews of “Garrow’s Law” here, but not my thoughts on “Being Human”. Jack Davenport in “Mary Bryant”? Here. Jack Davenport in “FlashForward”? There. If you’re looking for screencaps of James D’Arcy in “Secret Diary of a Call Girl” or Andrew Buchan in “The Fixer”, you’ll have to head over to my LJ. Or, in pictures:

WORDPRESS:

LIVEJOURNAL:

All my “non-historical” interests are hosted on LJ as well. WordPress is my library and Livejournal my living room. All entries are tagged, so it shouldn’t be too difficult to find what you’re looking for.

Also, I’m currently in the process of re-organising the resource list; it will stay here on WP but navigation will be far easier, and I’ll also weed out some dead links.

If you still can’t find what you’re looking for, just ask; I usually don’t delete entries, so maybe it’s just not here.

Confusion complete? Great!

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Entry filed under: 18th century, art, books, garrow's law, movies, news, resource, tv. Tags: , , , , , , , .

Resource/news: The Laki Haze in 1783, or why grounded planes are not the worst case scenario Garrow’s Law: Dumbarton, we have a second series!

3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Liz Hanbury  |  4 May, 2010 at 10:29 pm

    Thanks for that explanation, JM :0)

    BTW have you seen this week’s Radio Times? (1-7th May)
    Confirmation on the feedback page that a second series of Garrow’s Law is on the way:

    “Andrew Buchan will return as pioneering barrister William Garrow in another four-parter with creator Tony Marchant leading the writing team. The shoot – in Dumbarton – begins in the summer and you can expect it on BBC1 at the end of this year.”

    Woohoo!

    Reply
    • 2. Molly  |  5 May, 2010 at 7:28 am

      Unfortunately, I can’t get the Radio Times here, but I’ve been alerted! Thanks so much for the quote, though – now I can shout it from the rooftops (and I will!)

      Great way to start the day, isn’t it! Woohoo!

      Reply
  • […] Oh you people of great taste who have come here looking for Andrew Buchan: please click here if you can’t find what you’re looking […]

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