Serial Monogamy

I’m not impressed with Serial Monogamy. Call it what it is. You’re messing with someone, and then you’re not. It’s interesting how some people pride themselves on only hooking up with people they’re in a relationship with… but then… getting into or out of a relationship with them is basically instantaneous. Sure… EVERY relationship ends […]

Who Are You?

I’ve had some really interesting experiences as of late, which all revolve around the question “Who Are You?”. Not the absolutely unknowing question, as in “Who IS that over there?”, but the arrogant question “Who are YOU?”. Let’s get it straight off the bat. “Who you are” is relative and completely subjective. Am I an […]

Connections (Passing it On)

Christian Payne aka “Documentally” is a photographer and blogger who was commissioned by the UNHCR to photograph the plight of Iraqi refugees in Jordan. I edited Christian’s work into a video that we’ve recently completed, and he posted this video, thanking me as well as others for what we’ve done: Seesmic Member Link | Non-member […]

Friends, Acquaintances & Contacts

Kristen “Kroosh” Crusius wrote a post the other day about what’s going on in her “Friendiverse”… her universe of friends. Her post reminded me that I had intended to comment about Robert Scoble‘s videos about how social networks’ “friends lists” really work. Part I of Social Graph Based Search. 14:41 minutes. Part II of Social […]