Don’t say I didn’t warn you.

In response to a friend’s posted image, and another friend’s URL response (all on facebook, natch), I discovered Passive Aggressive Notes dot com, which is fine, if you like that kind of thing. (If you do go over there, please read the “greatest hits” and replace the bread you took from the fridge. I paid for that bread and I expect reimbursement. This blog is a nice place to live, but I expect you to treat it with respect. Especially: read the “rocket pubes” one.)

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2 responses to “Don’t say I didn’t warn you.

  1. There was an interesting discussion about this a while back over at Scatterplot, actually. The core of it hinged on the difference between anonymous blogging and pseudonymous blogging. The argument went, essentially, that a regular pseudonymous blogger still develops relationships with others and those relationships then serve to moderate and restrain said blogger from offending too grievously. Likewise, pseudonymous bloggers still tend to be known to certain others, which adds to the restraint effect.

    Not that I disagree with you, but this is one of those topics we all go ’round and ’round about.

  2. Jenn Lena

    Drek: My interest wasn’t in the content of the image except to say–“hey, what an asshole! Posting this passive-aggressive note about the problems of anonymity, and doing it anonymously! There’s more funny stuff on this other blog!”. I don’t actually care to prescribe onymousity.

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