Friday, May 01, 2009

Two People...

Here are two people I see around the Blogosphere, but have never made any contact...
I feel like if I interacted with these two people, my life might be richer.

Who are your two people?

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Pic on Flickr by meek_rgt.

12 comments:

Ben said...

Nathan and Mikey.

Ben said...

Well, there are others, but that'll do for starters.

Oh, and CraigS.

Justin said...

Hey -- the rules are:

You've never even made contact online. That is, you've never made contact on their Blog etc. They've never commented on yours. You've just read their comments...

Nathan said...

Well Ben breaks that rule then. But for me until now, it was Justin, odd that I have to break your criteria to comment.

And, Mark from whatsthedealwithstuff... and Ben from Vanishing Point - but I've commented on his blog... and Ben from bathgates.net...

I have enjoyed dipping my toes into the Christian blogosphere a bit. It seems like I toiled along for years just blogging for my friends and now there's this whole new audience for my inane ramblings.

Good post though - it got me out of lurking and into commenting.

Justin said...

Welcome brother Nathan.

And I too am becoming a reader of nathanintownsville!

Mark from whatsthedealwithstuff is the genuine article, Nathan. Top guy.

Nathan said...

Well, I'll be sure to maintain whatever standard it is that I maintain.

/Karen/ said...

Mark pointed in me in your direction, and I must say I'm very touched! It's funny, I seem to know an awful lot of people who know you, and I know various superficial details about you, but we've never had any direct contact. 'Til now!

RodeoClown said...

It's odd when you've only interacted with people on OTHER people's site (so, I've corresponded with Karen (briefly), at Craig's and at Sola Panel), but never on her blog (although I occasionally read the comments there).

What's more awesome than just commenting on others' blogs, is meeting them in person. Being able to put a face to a name is fantastic - and you get some glimse into how their real life and their online life interact, whether they put on a show online, or whether they really are that odd in real life :)

Mark said...

Following up on Ian's comment, can I make the outrageous suggestion that maybe someone (Justin?) could designate a pub or park in the city and once a quarter we have a live, in the flesh, Sydney bloggers meet?

nathanjameslee said...

Michael Jensen and Andrew Katay for me. I read their blogs and listen to their talks, but I've never made contact!

Justin said...

Ah /Karen/. We meet! I shall keep reading until we meet in person.

God bless you.

Georgina said...

You and Michael Jensen. Also Sam and Soph.