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Jan. 31st, 2005 | 08:07 am
mood: determineddetermined
music: Soul Coughing - Sleepless

I keep a bunch of lists on my person, and one of the oldest is titled "Things I Like".

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Triple Entendre

for example

from: triple_entendre
date: Jan. 31st, 2005 09:22 pm (UTC)
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...it was very helpful when I was originally filling out the "interests" field on my userinfo page.

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Slackananda

Re: for example

from: slackananda
date: Feb. 1st, 2005 04:38 am (UTC)
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How often do you change your interests?

I no longer claim that mine especially represent me, but this is the most fun set of interests I've ever had....

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Triple Entendre

Re: for example

from: triple_entendre
date: Feb. 13th, 2005 07:53 am (UTC)
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With respect to my LJ info page, my interests have sort of "thickened"... they flow more slowly. Rarely, I'll trim one or two, usually because I want to add a newer and more compelling one. But the ones that remain are well-entrenched.

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Slackananda

Things to talk about sometime

from: slackananda
date: Feb. 14th, 2005 04:36 pm (UTC)
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absurdism, aikido, asperger syndrome, attention deficit disorder, automation, caffeine, chaos theory, cognitive science, cohousing, communication, complexity theory, computers, consciousness, cooperatives, counterculture, creating things, database design, daydreaming, friendly arguments, garage sales, hopeless romantics, idealism, information theory, interfaces, internet, jung, keeping austin weird, knowledge management, linguistics, long conversations, memes, memetics, metaprogramming, multitasking, myers-briggs, myth, ontology, personalbrain, personality, philip k. dick, philosophy, problem solving, reading, science fiction, spoonerisms, surrealism, sustainable living, symbolism, synchronicity, taoism, thrift stores, time, time travel, transhumanism, treo, treo650, triple entendre, unitarian universalism, wearable computing, wit, writing, zen

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Slackananda

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from: slackananda
date: Feb. 1st, 2005 04:36 am (UTC)
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It's easy to remember things you don't like because life will always remind you. It sounds like your list is very useful. :P

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