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Who am I? - Corrosive Shame
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kneeshooter
kneeshooter
Who am I?
Don't Panic! This is not another emo-introverted post. I've put that behind me for a bit at least.

I was looking at my LJ interests list and wondered how much it actually reflects me as a person. Of course it was never meant to be scientfic and equally was always designed to be public - both of which together destroy any real value.

However it did prompt me to look at the authors I like, the music I listen to and the movies I watch. What better way to work this out than looking at my online data trail. Play.com has just reminded me of all the DVDs I've bought in the last few years and Amazon has ten years of my online shopping there for me to see.

What I did notice were some wonderful trends and reminders of gifts - the odd book or two carefully chosen and posted to a 'special person' or bought for a birthday. It's like a little capitalist blog celebration.

Now, if I'd I'd written down all the films I've enjoyed at the cinema this year. Hmmm. A lot of them are, unfortunately, recorded in someone elses blog I can no longer read. Note to self - keep your own data in future if you think it might be interesting.

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elektrobard From: elektrobard Date: December 14th, 2009 08:50 pm (UTC) (Link)
I had something similar with the music side following a friend's status on Facebook. I have been having mega trouble finding singles/albums of the year to name after his request - even now that I remind myself of it and put myself on the spot to do so I am struggling. Thing is, that doesn't mean there just wasn't anything - I simply couldn't think of it at the time (or now).

I do have an easier time thinking of movies I enjoyed this year though. Most of the winners got there for amusing me.
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