The camera shy among my friends will be happy, I suppose.
I really enjoy running across acquaintances on the lj or myspace or what have you and seeing them use a picture I took for their icon or profile. I know I am pretty crappy at taking pics but sometimes I get a cute one of somebody and it's nice to have galleries for reminiscing later. So I won't be stopping all together.
I really did want to take a picture of Steve's dim sum placed in naughty configurations today, but I didn't have my camera.
Of course I realize that "I'm getting tired of Live Journal" is just another step in the Elizabeth Kubler Rossian stages of LJing:
- "Wow, would people read this? I don't know what to say. doot. doot."
- "Here's my life story in excruciating detail."
- "OMG people can read this?"
- *emo delete*
- "meme. meme. meme" (OR "I hate memes.")
- "No one on the internet is as smart as me I think I will get in a flame war"
- *emo delete number 2*
- "lulz lulz lulz"
There's more but I can't think of them now. No, it's not a meme, it's an observation.
The really impactful* things in my life don't get discussed much at all online. Even in person I find it difficult. I found myself actually stuttering when asked about my job today. And if you ask me about my kids, I either clam up or babble.
You Are 0% Open
You are not a very open person. For you, privacy is very important.
And while you do have friends, even your friends don't know you well.
Try to open up a little more. It's amazing how much better relationships are when the other person understands you.
note: not actual quiz result. I didn't feel like posting my actual score
swaz sees me type: "What's up honey?"
jette: "I'm just making a post about not posting anymore."
swaz: ignores me and continues to watch football.
*Yeah, I know, not actually a word. I'd probably spend less time online if I didn't go back and edit and spell check.