Eleanor Blair (lnr) wrote,
Eleanor Blair
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Iconography

I think I have 15 icons now. I don't seem to use all of them equally often, and sometimes look at the subject of a posting and find myself wondering which one fits best. But I'm curious as to what you lot think (OK blame yonmei). So:

Are there any of them that you think are definitely "me"? That really suit me in some way or another.

When you look at your friends pages do all my icons immediately let you know it's me, or do you have to check the name too for some of them?

If I was going to add another icon which one do you think should go to make room for it? Which one(s) should definitely stay?

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