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Monday, April 17, 2006

Monday Questionnaire
"It isn't narcissism if kStyle isn't writing this" edition

1. Where are you, usually, when you're reading Float?

2. How many times a day do you check Float?

3. What is the most helpful thing you have learned on Float? (Or: share a happy Float memory.)


Blogger Eric said...

1. About 70% of the time I check it at the office, and the other 30% at home.

2. Probably three times? I enjoy being on top of new developments.

3. I learn a lot about religious customs on Float. And baking. One of my favorite Float memories is the Wednesday Writing Assignment where we had to write a fable.

10:13 AM  
Anonymous ben said...

1. Almost always at work.

2. I use some newsreader software that checks it for me every 30 minutes when my computer is on. If something new comes up I take a look pretty much right away. So you could say I check it constantly or you could say I check it once for each time there's a new post.

3a. Working in publishing in real life isn't as glamourous as it is on TV and in my dreams.

3b. I don't have any real concrete happy memories from Float, but I do like when a silly comment I write gets a positive response since my sense of humor is a little odd.

10:52 AM  
Blogger kStyle said...

1 & 2. I check a few times at work, usually once/day at home after work, sporadically on weekends. I actually haven't set float up to tell me when there's a new update or comment, so I check in often and hope for a pleasant surprise.

3. I love the brilliant things you all comment. Eric's story about his first sandwich springs to mind. Ann's revelation about the rigidity her daily routine remains a favorite. Ben's naming his pear something ridiculous, and when Emma told us she'd started her own blog. I was also tickled the first time that Larry stopped by and commented. And I like that Lah surprises me with the occasional insight, just when I've assumed she wasnt reading. Y'all are the best!

11:07 AM  
Blogger Emma Goldman said...

1. Always at home, now, though before I became The Laminator I'd read it at work, too.

2. At least once, most days, typically after work.

3. I particularly enjoy kstyle's information on zen shiatsu, as when she shared her "elements" assignments. I'm always fascinated by other cosmologies, particularly cosmologies of the body.

7:42 PM  

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