I got this line from Sherry Turkle’s book Alone Together. Whenever you first meet someone – anyone – you are probably interacting with one of their projected identities. It is important to realize that this as you get to know … Continue reading
What does that even mean? Do you know how to out do yourself? Here are my thoughts about it – at least tonight: 1. It means that you have to have done something in order to out do that. 2. … Continue reading
I heard this phrase this morning. It is a description or an identity projection that gives insight into self – well, for the experience junkie anyway. I think that it helps to have those descriptors that give us meaning, direction, … Continue reading
I couldn’t believe it. There is a dating site for those that don’t think that they’re pretty enough for the normal dating websites such as Match.com or OkCupid.com. The site is The Ugly Bug Ball – a dating website fo … Continue reading
I couldn’t tell you what the impetus for this post was. I must have heard it or read it somewhere, and I instantly titled this post and saved it as a draft. Now coming back to write the actual post, … Continue reading
I have used the same photo for all of my online profiles for awhile. It’s on every profile that I have. It’s a picture that I took off of my laptop at a Starbucks in San Clemente while I was waiting for some friends. I don’t even know why I used that picture.
I wrote a post awhile ago about how photographs are representation of my projected identity. Here’s the post.
But today-someone (Jenny Yarbrough) said that I needed to change my picture because she says that it doesn’t represent well. I am sure she won’t see this post or even the post about photos and identity formation, but I think it’s time to take a new picture; one that represents better-right Jenny?