it’s like that, and like this-and-(like)-that, and uh… it’s like this:
1. Surf sites at random, or have a set list of regular reads?
Regular reads – it’s all about the blogroll.
2. Do you visit mostly blogs, or news or other sites?
Mostly blogs, but if I’m bored of procrastinating, I’ll read globeandmail.com, and fark.
3. Do you go online every day, or just a couple of days a week?
Every single freaking day (unless I’m out of the house).
4. Do you allow comments on your blog, or not?
Well blogs are just a vanity press, and being vain requires validation, so of course.
5. Do you shop online at all, or at regular stores?
I’ve shopped online, and I just lost my e-bay virginity.
6. Have you ever done online bill-paying/banking, or not?
I do it all online. I can’t be bothered to keep regular hours.
7. Which news site do you prefer… MSNBC.com or CNN.com? Or do you prefer some other one?
I’d hardly call those sites “news” – but I do like globeandmail.com.
8. Live chat rooms, or message boards?
Live chat. IRC to be specific.
9. Instant messaging or e-mail?
It depends on the type of communication. I like short messages/conversations from people I know or want to talk to on ICQ or MSN. Longer, convoluded and information dense messages that require a thoughful response are better sent through e-mail.
10. Yes or no: have you ever met, or at least talked on the phone with, another blogger? If not, would you want to? Why or why not?
Considering I knew bloggers as friends before I started blogging (or knew they did) I’d have to say yes, but I’ve never met someone I only know through their website. Not that I wouldn’t, but the time and opportunity haven’t matched up yet.
And who gives a fuck about those?
So just chill, ’till the next episode