Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Who's a media whore?

That would be me. It's a title I wear without shame. Why be ashamed of something I enjoy?

So after last week's getting-my-name-online/in-print festivities (see here), this week seems to be continuing the trend:
Your turn: Media whoredom. Good? Bad? Please discuss.

7 comments:

Awareness said...

Hey! I'm whoring myself ALL OVER THE PLACE trying to find a new job. I can't believe the b.s. coming out of my mouth these days!

My inner core is still intact! Go for it Carmi! You're in wonderful company. Welcome to the whore boat. Here's your oar!

Superchai said...

Depends on what the whoring is about ;)

I whored myself all over the internet when our first CD came out.

THere is nothing wrong with seeing your name in print..or online. Whichever ;)
~Meeta

Susan Helene Gottfried said...

Depends on how it's done, and I say that as someone who probably ought to be doing more.

I read a quote from one of the old-time rock and rollers a few weeks ago that resonated with me, though. It went along the lines of be careful with the press. They'll win every time.

It's an interesting thing to think about. I wish I'd kept the exact quote. It would look good on my wall.

wordnerd said...

When it's you? Good. Very good!

chase said...

It depends since I am a media whore myself! I would say hooray for whoring!!!!!!

Star said...

You get to be one because your opinion is sought and respected.Good tobe a media whore.

Colleen said...

omg. so good. i am a media whore too (pronounced "whooooooooooore") only i come at it from the other direction - i'm PR so I try to get clients coverage, but i LOVE it.

(oh, and of COURSE you can blog roll me....,no need to ask) :)