|Which is better?
||[Aug. 20th, 2005|05:33 am]
The Question Club
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Which is better....
Not having many choices available to you, but at least then a clear plan for the future?
Having all the options in the world available to you, but with that the uncertainty of which to follow?
Having a lot of different associations (i.e, hobbies, religious, cultural, etc.) where you have friends, but none of those friends being able to completely understand you because they're not associated with all the same things you are,
Being completely integrated into one specific group, and having lots of people who understand you and are your friends, but also then not experiencing the rest of the world?
1. Those of you who receive comment e-mails: What's the greatest amount you've ever returned to from an approximate 8-hour absence - such as work, sleep, etc.? This morning I returned to my computer after sleeping for 7 hours to find 31 comment e-mails, which I think is a record.
2. And completely unrelated, an aside that has been asked in similar forms, but I can't recall if it's been asked in this specific context: When reading posts in *this community specifically*, do you identify people by their userpic or by their name? Or does that depend on whether you're looking at comments, or who made the post, or something else entirely?
I know I personally always use my default icon in this community so people have continuity as to knowing who I am, so I'm wondering if people pay attention to the name or the picture. I usually pay attention to pictures in the main community (i.e, posts and comments), but names when getting response emails (since I don't allow pictures in my email).