"I copy that" is walkie-talkie talk for - I understand, will do, gotcha, ok, alright, yup, uh-huh, and much more depending on the inflection of the voice.

Tuesday, May 02, 2006

News sites.

One of my two favorite news reports used my photo today. Rocketboom. I have a tiny crush on ms. amanda congdon and I have only been watching for about a week. The other show... or "the show" that I watch is ala ze frank. I have a tiny crush on mr. ze frank and I don't even like boys.

so, there you go, that should keep you busy for a few days.


Glynnis said...

I'm still jealous of your web celebrity/photographer status. Bravo.

I'm totally with you on the crush on Ze. I only discovered him a week or two ago, but I've been watching Rocketboom for a while. You saw the POOP! episodes, right? Almost too much goodness to handle.

My other web crushes are on Zach Klein and Jakob Lodwick, whom I realize afer composing the first part of this sentence you may know personally, in which case I totally retract this comment for the sake of remaining as uncreepy as possible.

chad said...

yep, I saw them... internet worlds collied.

I think of internet personalities as fictional characters... I am a fan of a LOT of half strangers. I have realized that forcing meetings between these sort of people does not work. Being in the same place at the same time is nice, otherwise it does seem a bit creepy.

I have only met and taken pictures of Zach and Jakob, I don't have their phone numbers... though I could get them...

chad said...

or collide... whatever.

Glynnis said...

No, I agree -- I think part of the appeal of having a crush on anyone is that they're half strangers and like fictional characters. In a way, I'd like to meet all of them (anyone whose blog I read regularly) -- I think that's where my dream of attending SXSW interactive comes in -- but not really, because of the awkward/creepy factor. Even flickr meet-ups around town are awkward, and I don't have crushes on any of those people.