Facebook: I Love It I Hate It I Love It I Hate It

Submitted by Megan Cole on Wed, 04/11/2007 - 12:37.


Just few thoughts on Facebook (yawn). If you're reading this and you do not have an account or know what this is, you're missing out on a world that is, well, unnecessary I suppose, but happening and expanding without you - how much does that matter to you? (Mom - you're exempt for not being a part of this: privacy out the window and it was originally set up for students, as the name suggests. You'd loathe it.)

I have not gone onto Facebook and actively searched for anybody, but I do accept those prompts from people whom I have met in person before and confirm him or her as a "friend" online. (Note: I have indeed rejected people that I have never met before who have tried to add me as a friend. This is not something I practice across the board in social networks, just this one.)


Submitted by Bill MacEwen on Thu, 03/01/2007 - 14:19.

Posted a few pics in the workspace group on flickr...

( categories: flickr | WorkSpace Community )

Photobooth @ Workspace

Submitted by Kris Krug on Tue, 11/07/2006 - 12:16.

PeepsFor those of you who don't know, that lil white 'puter sitting on the bar at Workspace has an awesome app on it called Photobooth. It works with the onboard camera and you can take fun and silly pics of yourself and the peeps you see at Workspace. I'm currently working on a lil documentary project where I take at least one snap everytime I show up at the space. It's been fun and I have quite the collection going. If you do take some please tag them 'photobooth' and 'workspace' so we can find them on the internet. You can also submit them to the Workspace group on Flickr. I'm going to make a Qoop poster of them all my Workspace Photobooth self portraits and give it to Bill for Xmas. :)

Workspace Photos

Submitted by Kris Krug on Thu, 08/31/2006 - 13:59.

Here's my photos from Workspace on Flickr.

Here's my photos from Photobooth at Workspace on Flickr. I think we should start some sort of fun collaborative art project with these... lots of peeps have been taking them. :)

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