something else that made me laugh-- red just told me that when i was
away on vacation, he fielded questions about my identity as a porn
star. no, not just *any* porn star, but my alternate reality star asia
carrera. ::laughing:: asia = asia, jah? (i am a fan, but it'd take some
major beergoggling to confuse me for her!)
(new) goals for 2005:
find a cure for the common cold *bj
*get asia carrera to play poker at gamesgrid poker swim bareassed in the north atlantic
stalk less, flirt more
i wonder what kind of convincing it'd take to get to asia carrera to dip her toes in the grid. ive always wanted to meet her.
[insert] ambitious segue into Boston Globe article, what happened to the anti-pr0n feminists?
(maybe they were finally drowned out by the hoardes that approve with
their billion-dollar purchase power vox, maybe we now understand
feminism doesn't have to launch into these esoteric legal battles
anymore in order to claim our place in the pecking order, maybe they
discovered the delight of nightvision amateur cams.)
and titillation without the m$: agent provocateur (hi end, delicious lingerie). spent too much time there last nite putting together a wishlist,
though i seriously doubt these bits will be shoulderholdered by hundred
dollar skivvies y chonies anytime soon. getting back to reality (oops, there goes gravity...)
Getting back into the grid swing's been hard, been easy-- so much new
info, but then again, so much new info! (Grid Swings, not just for the
michelin man anymore. Coming to the back of a playboy near you...) Came home from vacation to this...
(actually that's tonite's screenshot, getting home from PR it was at 243!)
and more fun with screenshots:
(someone wanna stake me the eighty bucks this place wants to prove my
brainiac worth? too much, dont they know eighty = 1/2way to a new bra @
But all of the effort has been/will be worth it-- Monday was the 1st day I saw gamesgrid's lobby
server full of real money games (full= have to scroll bar down to see 0
seater tables), and its happened every day since, too. And with the
itemized refer a friend & affiliate reports being sent out yesterday (itemized
list of affiliate signups and their 25% rake earnings info), I think it'll be
interesting to see if anyone has anything to say about it. (Especially as wlo is cracking down on rakebackers and individual tracking, on main site and on skins.)
Erudis signed up 21 making a whopping $1.72: "as far as April is concerned, only 1 person had a positive rake and the
money they sent me for it was $1.72. Everyone else either had negative
rake or no rake (i assume from the bonus money and/or VFP money taken
from that) - (this also means that if you were playing there right now
you can expect 100% or better return on your rake...)"
I wonder how may cats ScotchRox signed up, afterhispimpfestonRGPsincelaunch.
He was an early betatester with GamesGrid Poker... for some reason I
always picture him wearing a smoking jacket and cradling a cohiba.
But, this whole innundation of information (a good thing!) would be
nigh impossible without my handy-dandy feed reader. I use radio's since
it's built in (it was a major selling point, actually), but here's a great how-to article to set up a free feed subscription on bloglines for those wanting to jump on the subscription bandwagon. (The bloglines ref reminds me that Felicia
may not have found me if I hadn't poked around BL and set up a news
feed there and site submission before finally settling w/ radio's news
agg... still getting steady streams of visitors from the pimp, so cool!)
Weird blog science: Marry technorati searches and bloglines' rss reader
and raise its rosemary spawn to informational bliss (mule? liger?) Set up a technorati search as an rss feed, say on ... asia K :) and hook the feed url into bloglines. This is a great way to kep track of who's linking to your blog.
That's how i found Felicia's post so quickly-- technorati's search
showed up on my rss feed as I'm subscribed to myself. Sick, I know--
self love running rampant like a delovely coed + giftcertificate in goodvibes. But I digress.
I tried running more basic technorati searches on broad keywords like
"poker," but there are just too many hits for me to read thru! But,
making technorati "watchlists" on keywords and urls and combining them
into your feedreader (along with all of the blogs you're subscribed to,
natch!) gives you a one-stop-blog-shop of information. I'm all for
popping around and running my own little searches here & there, but
this gives me a nice jumping off point to start my day/nite off with.
The only thing I'm super curious about re: rss reading is following
those who are subscribed but never clickthru to the site they're
reading-- how do they know who's subscribed to them? There are a *lot*
of blogs I read just thru my nagg, and I think then the bloggers don't
see those reads on their referrer tracking pages. Never said I was an
expert, just good with duct tape.
Speaking of, going to go put my fingers in the dyke and clear out some
more emails. (no link for you, sicko!) I have moremoremore pr pics, maybe tomorrow I'll get a chance to
put them up (it's a treat for me, i fall for la isla harder than i fell
for any boys in high school.)