Sunday, 4 May 2008

I Live In Two Worlds

Online and offline, and that little offshoot from the online people are the people I know via text-blogs (the remains of the Windows Live Spaces crowd). My two worlds, they do not intersect:


6 comments:

  1. Amazing.=P
    Notice the online world is bigger- we have our hold on you and you shall NEVAR escape.....

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  2. It's bigger, but the connections are not as dense. The people I know online don't *necessarily* know the other people I know online.

    But yes. There is no escape. Like, ever. I'm rather pleased about it actually.

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  3. To be honest I never make any conscious effort to separate "online" and "offline." To be honest (again), I am just happy if people take an interest. lol

    Earlier tonight a former high school friend discovered the videos. (He uploaded his first video, and I commented. Then he found the profile.) He then in turn told everyone we jointly knew on Facebook. lol It's weird. But not as scary as I might've imagined. I am very proud of my youtube stuff. I am very proud of my blog. And I feel like I've made substantial "dints" in both.

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  4. Hehe, I'm not trying to keep them seperate. Lots of people from 'IRL' know about and watch my videos. It's just that no one that I know from offline knows anyone I know online, which I find weird because both mean a lot to me.

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  5. "online" and "offline" are just labels of convenience I think. I try to think in more realist terms, in that everyone online is "real" somehow, so I think of people all equally. I considered saying "by distance", but even that can be irrelevant

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  6. Heh, that's pretty cool. And so very true. I often find it weird when a person I know online has a connection to me in real life. Not that it happens all that often...

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