I have access both @ work and home. JL is minimized thru most of the workday, and I'll stop in from time to time, read, participate, laugh, share.
But in the name of security, the office started blocking sites it deemed as 'non-essential to the performance of daily work tasks' about a year ago. How JL has continued to slide under that radar is an utter mystery -- except for the fact that the main IT guy, who I know fairly well, has two labs of his own, and we talk dogs all the time. If he's monitoring my online history @ work, he may be looking the other way, bless his head.
But photo/vid-hosting sites (and Facebook, and Gmail, etc.) have been blocked.
So I get a LOT of red x syndrome.
Which is when I'll logon from home (have access there as well) and take a look around on nights/weekends.