Posts Tagged: identity

Who I am

I was “born as” a baby – 5 lbs, 16 inches. The clothes my parents gave me then don’t fit me anymore than the arbitrary labels they gave me as identity markers, so I changed them to real ones. In 48 years I’ve outgrown onesies and other people’s expectations and grown into the person I

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Now With More Answers

After the last round of “Getting to know me” emails, I added some new questions to my Ultimate Survey. Proceed at your own risk. (I also ran the whole thing through the spell-checker. Boy, did that need it.)

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The Differences be Pseudonymity and Anonymity

While reading a post on another subject, I noted this interesting passage about the differences be Pseudonymity and Anonymity that I thought was worth pulling out. I know that StAllio! has attempted to explain this to Gary Welsh at Advance Indiana in the past with mixed results. You know what? Someone who mistakes pseudonymity for

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A Johari Window of my very own..

Hat tip to Dustbury, who posted about this…. A Johari Window is where you get to talk about how great I am. Yeah, that’s it. Heh. Actually, you can read the real definition here at Wikipedia It’s a personality tool, and there’s an online version, that you can help me with, if you want. Anyway,

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The Ultimate Survey

Every so often, someone sends around one of those massive “getting to know you” questionnaires and everyone answers. I’ve done it so many times that I finally just created a web page for mine, added questions that hadn’t already been included, and sent the URL to them. So if you want to know more about me than my own mother (or any living person actually should know) here’s the big, fat list.

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