• Laurel Papworth
    Posted at April 26, 2009 7:55am, 26 April Reply

    Awwww that’s the nicest thing anyone has ever written about my little bloggy *hugs* 😛
    Laurel aka @SilkCharm

  • Nathan Bush
    Posted at April 27, 2009 12:23pm, 27 April Reply

    Cool idea mate. I’m going to try and increase my spooning abilities.

  • Daniel Oyston
    Posted at April 27, 2009 7:42pm, 27 April Reply

    Yeah that’s a sweet idea mate. Make sure you put a note in your diary and plot this again in 12 months.

    I don’t know where to focus my strategy … should I focus on stirring or seriousness?!?!?

    I am happy that I stir more and am more seriousness than Nathan Bush … i suspect if you plotted good looks and funny jokes I would also smash him.

  • Zac Martin
    Posted at April 27, 2009 8:06pm, 27 April Reply

    @ The Boys

    Seriousness and stirring the pot or there lack of can be both good and bad. This is just how I see them, and I love them all individually for who they are.

  • Stan Lee
    Posted at April 28, 2009 1:53pm, 28 April Reply

    Stirring the pot or storm in a teacup?

  • katiechatfield
    Posted at April 28, 2009 3:03pm, 28 April Reply

    there *is* no spoon

  • Daniel Oyston
    Posted at April 29, 2009 8:51am, 29 April Reply

    @Stan – most probin a teacup!
    @katiechatfield – there *is* a spoon … Zac just used *it*

  • Jye Smith
    Posted at April 29, 2009 3:45pm, 29 April Reply

    I did notice you, me and JC are all in the same area. Might be something very telling there!

    P.S. Will be down in Melbourne again in the near future.

  • Adam Ferrier
    Posted at May 3, 2009 4:05pm, 03 May Reply

    Not sure if this works but could you use this as a segmentation for all bloggers:
    Top Left = The Pranksters: Like uni students (or The Chaser) they have an intelligent voice, but prefer to mess around as they are not sure that people really are actually taking what they say seriously
    Bottom Left = The Lovers: Have a lot to say, and want to express themselves, but don’t want to piss people off either.
    Bottom Right = The Earnest: In their career, like what they do and constantly want to move the agenda on.
    Top Right = The Cynical: Increasingly intollerant of silly points of view. Want to move the agenda on but getting pissed off with those around them.

    Zac, can you think of how else to dimensionalise the blogs (media). It would also help people know where to go for information.

  • Zac Martin
    Posted at May 3, 2009 4:12pm, 03 May Reply

    @ Adam Ferrier

    Somewhat stereotypically, it took an Earnest like yourself to take a Prankster like myself and turn this into something really worth discussing.

    Love your segmenting, I think I might revisit this post and explore it a little more taking in some of your thoughts. Thank you.

  • Matt Granfield
    Posted at May 21, 2009 2:06pm, 21 May Reply

    Holy shit, I missed this post somehow, sorry mate… Looks like I need to lighten up a little too. Spoon full of sugar anyone?

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