Journal vs. Camgreenspun.com : LUSENET : chaos : One Thread
Tell me, what outweighs what here? Did you come for the journal or did you come for the cam? Or something else altogether (although, I can't think of what) What are you're thoughts on webcams and internet voyeurism?
-- Jen (Winter@nyc.com), February 26, 2001
I came for the journal, and that's what has kept me coming back. :) I like the cam though.. it sucks about all the weirdos and stuff that keep bugging you.
-- noelle (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 27, 2001.
I like your various writings (not just your journal). Have to admit I rarely look at the cam though (not that your not a cutie or anything :-). Cams get a bit boring after a fairly short time.
-- Richard Olsen (email@example.com), March 03, 2001.
I originally found your site because of the cam...I was searching the net for cam sites (I know...yours is NOT a cam site hehe. But once I started reading your journal entries...I became hooked...I found you to be a very interesting person. I like the webcam because it shows the real person behind the words I read...somehow validating the thoughts and feelings I read about. I admit, in general, I love webcams/internet voyeurism, but there has to be someone interesting on the other end of the cam I see, or it just becomes boring...like some many of the cams out there. To answer your question...I guess it's a little of both...the journal and cam. But the true answer to why I come back here is you...you make it worth coming back...you make interesting.
-- Keith (Keiffer@quantumx.org), March 03, 2001.
Hi Thanks for a moment of your life. I haven't seen the webcam yet but will take a look. Read all the journal's and have come to the conclusion that you are a nice person and are worth the space you are occupying.(as opposed to some of the dags
that are around.)
-- Andrew (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 10, 2001.