Scott Hardie | March 14, 2002
So, now that author photos are working (D R rocks the web!), what do you think? Good or bad? Leave karma or comments.

Scott Hardie | March 14, 2002
For the record, I will let any author change a photo that they don't like. Except maybe Kelly, who doesn't like any photo of herself.

To see your pic, load up an old entry you wrote in the Archives, or access:

http://celebritygoogame.com/tragiccomedy/authors/Your Name.jpg

(Ignore the link; cut and paste the whole thing.) Make sure you capitalize your name correctly, and leave in the space.

Anna Gregoline | March 15, 2002
I think what you'll have to decide, Scott, is whether you want to look an almost constant string of photos of YOU.

Anna Gregoline | March 15, 2002
And while we're talking about photos, is the person in the new photo on the right your mom, and what is this woman pointing at?

Jackie Mason | March 15, 2002
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Scott Hardie | March 15, 2002
Anna - If anybody does get sick of seeing photos of me (I'm used to me by now), they have one way to break up the monotony. As for the photo at right, that's my mom pointing towards part of downtown Sarasota. It's not the best photograph I've ever taken, but I love the idea of it.

Jackie - Thanks,

Anna Gregoline | March 15, 2002
The idea of what?

Scott Hardie | March 15, 2002
The idea of my mom pointing towards Sarasota, possibly suggesting "Go there!" I'm moving there in two months, and I might not have thought of it if she hadn't led the way by moving there herself two years ago.


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