I want to look at the anonymity offered by the internet and the structured profiles and the blog themes and how they intersect with people's physical personal spaces, whether that be their diaries or doodles or their bedrooms. I'm interested in time/era variations here as well as age variations. Childhood diaries and notes and drawings intersected with the same things from the same people, but as adults.
Maybe I'll think about music online, how bands present themselves. Myspace comes up here again. The possible reduction of album artwork when there is no physical album.
I want to see people's handwriting and the way they type and maybe how this changes, like how they write when they're drunk. Idiolect. Phonetics. IPA.
|Eleanor Payne (http://sweetshops.tumblr.com/)|
|Life on a Slice, Beverly Reiser (http://www.fondation-langlois.org/html/e/media.php?NumObjet=13090)|
|"i dont know anyone that uses their real name or their real photo as their facebook name and photo" - (http://divination.tumblr.com/)|