some days ago, inari posted a comment to one of my posts. i asked her who she was, because i neither recognized the name nor the email-address. then i got back quite a nice reply, saying that she goes to a school of visual communication and is working on a project on web-logs.
for that work she now analyzes my blog; i already feel weird posting stuff here knowing it will be analyzed :-).
but nonetheless, it’s really nice if someone you do not know tells you that your blog is nice, and that you can be part of a project on web-logs.
one of the questions she had, was where i learned to blog. i never visited a course on blogging or something like this, but i’m used to blog trifles of my daily business since quite a long time:
my experience in blogging started more than three years ago with this first post on IAM:
just too late again. wanted to go to bed early, but then booted the pc
and there iam. doddled around in photoshop and then logged into the
net, and where did i land, shure on bme. then saw shannons new feature
and just had to test it. but now i’ll go to bed!
some thing to note:
- already three years ago i went to bed much too late (the timezone of bme is canada) :-)
- iam.bmezine.com (aka IAM) is a close-gated community created and maintained by glider, the creator of quite a massive online-resource on bodymodification.
- my iam-page also has quite some really personal stuff, which i posted there because i knew (and with the command **IAMONLY** still know) that the entries can be read only by “complete strangers”, which makes it really easy to post everything.
- blogging is fun, is kinda like writing a diary, gets you back some old memories and can be done really easy, you just need some web-space where you can run cgi and movable type (or only some web-space and blogger).
last week rolf siegenthaler called me, he was looking for some models for an ad-campaign for swisscom fixnet, then i sent him some pictures from me, but the advertizing agency (probably contexta, as they do most of the stuff for the swisscom…) did not choose me. well, there will be no more pics of me on the streets :-)
this is inari. remember?
well i just wanted to tell you that i love contexta! i would love to work for them…
i love advertising. too bad i’m not the only one. it’s a tuff business.
i couldn’t figure out, which guy was you on the swiss meat ad. oups.
but anyways: i’m vegetarian! : )
people always tell me, that i’m quite hard to recognise on that ad: i’m the one in the middle in the orange jumper.
(and a vegetarian, too, which adds quite an odd twist to that ad-campaign :-)