30 January 2008

[bloggage, meme] I Am An Experimental Subject

1306. One of the latest Big Ideas is The Great Interview Experiment, a meme started by L.A. based writer Neil Kramer in his blog Citizen of the Month. And I, nobody by name and profession, decided to sign on.

One reason is because it looks like it'll be fun. Another is because it pushes me a little outside of my comfort zone, and this looks like it'll be in a good way.

Another reason is, when they get to contacting me, I get to be interviewed by Q. A couple of sub-reasons I like this; one, I've never had the privilege of being interviewed by a letter (and as an ex-Star Trek geek, being interviewed by Q is a coup*), and, B, I love the sense of humor on that blog. Follow the link. That is the greatest blog header picture evar. Now I don't feel so bad about downloading all that pr0n all that aimless reading of Wikipedia.

We're apparently on our own in arranging these interviews, so I hope I get to thank Q soon.

My interview victim subject is Slackmistress. I'll be coming for you soon, luv; your blog is a treat to read, and I don't want to come off like a complete dork when talking to you.

Update: Mememeister Neil has informed me there has been a bit of a realignment.

Susanisk, You Are The Quarry. And I still don't want to come off like a complete dork when I talk to you, so let me scan your blog.

It's not that I'm not a dork, mind you. I just don't want to come off like one.

(* Yes, I'm a doggerel poet, and I know it, and frankly my dear, I don't give a damn)

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Neil said...

Hi! There's been a change. You're going to interview Susan. I hope it's OK --


Samuel John Klein said...


No problem here. I am nimble and quick and can hit the ground runnin'.

Susanisk it is.

Anonymous said...

Looking forward to being interviewed! My e-mail address is on my blog.

Samuel John Klein said...


Magnificent. I will craft questions for you perforce.

I shall respond soon.

fringes said...

Your answers to Q's questions were amazing and creative. Can't wait to see them posted here.

Samuel John Klein said...

Well, let's just put it this way: Five fonts went in. One came out.


Now I've got to get some questions prepped up for SusanIsk. I can't recall the last time I had such fun doing bloggage, I tell you true.

Thanks for the comment!