oh gross
i just skimmed one of the poems i wrote or whatever they were,
rambling gibberish on god ? and whatever
HAHA oh gawd

im going to try to edit my blog
i forgot how to do it

ill just do a template for now
maybe go through it, i think a lot of old posts need to be archived
or unposted probably

oh yeah i went to vancouver but i didnt really take any pics. took the bus. what a weird trip.
came right back before two months were up, flew right the fuck back actually, and now i live here in toronto again.

life is fucked up! my itsyourlifeshop.com site is gone. i didnt pay it and last time i looked it was some japanese blog.

someone emailed me through my blog. i didnt reply because im not sure if its real or not, and is it creepy or nah?


My name is Christopher Wienberg and I’m a Ph.D. student at the University of Southern California (USC) researching the personal experiences people write on the web about their everyday lives, and your blog came to my attention ( http://nicoletirona.blogspot.com).

I’m interested in how the thoughts and experiences written by people like you on weblogs and other social media can be used to make conclusions about society as a whole. I am contacting you because I am trying to collect reliable data about bloggers’ opinions, experiences, and characteristics in order to refine and evaluate my analyses.

If you are at least 18 years old and interested in helping me, please take the brief survey linked in this email. It should only take about 15 minutes of your time. Your responses will be kept confidential.

In the course of this study, we will also be analyzing the public posts on your weblog using natural language processing technology. The goal of this analysis is to correlate your responses to this survey with what you write about your life on your weblog.

If you want more information before you decide to participate, you can email me at cwienberg@ict.usc.edu or call me at (310) 574-5700. Additionally, you should feel free to contact my PhD advisor Dr. Andrew Gordon by email at gordon@ict.usc.edu.

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