Monday, September 10, 2007

To yu and yu and yu


flickr is a funny little world...not very different from the blog world (which probably isn't that different from facebook, or my space, or friendster...not that I'm really that sure what those are about...who knows thou? someday, perhaps--but i doubt it, cuz my time is pretty well consumed by blogger, with the little bits and crevices of "left over" time filled in by flickr). ANYWAY, as I slowly get into flickr, I'm always kind of shocked to see that someone has viewed my photos, on their own random time, and some have even posted comments. It's the same way on blogger. When someone I don't know posts a comment or writes a post about one of my cards. Yesterday, I logged on to my flickr account and had a message that this fellow flickr-er had included me as one of her "contacts." I immediately jumped to her flickr account and fell in love with her sketchbook sized drawings of outdoor markets and life in a home (and happily used another one of her drawings above from her really fun blog, the title of which I love: Learning Daily) And then I love how reading this person's blog or checking out their flickr info leads you to more and more and more and more and more in this big wide world of the information super highway!

I don't know why I think I'm the only one out there lurking/looking in at everyone else's work and ideas and reading their blogs and admiring their artwork...but sometime it feels like that and, I must admit, I'm so happily surprised when somebody looks back! It feels like an ever growing community of (say it with me) the strangers who are just friends you haven't met yet.

5 comments:

irishpug said...

it's the "more and more and more..." that is so addictive!

hi molly. good seeing you the other night.

Sophia

comfies said...

so true. so true.

i love it all.

Kaari Marie said...

moll-
i need another tutorial - help me get started!!
k.

meighan said...

but the difference is myspace will never love you back.

harbison@ameritech.net said...

You're so right-- I agree completely and am amazed at who you "meet" on these sites and how you really come to like them based on their writings, their drawings (like your Flickr-er friend) etc. It's terrific.