Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Making spanning_time Stalking Even Easier

With this blog already representing a pretty good indication of how we're spending our leisure time, there's really no need to help out the legions of spanning_time stalkers by providing them with more information regarding our whereabouts. We're doing it anyway, and it fits here as much as anywhere.

We go out. A lot. It doesn't necessarily come across in the writings here, but on any given week, there's likely only one night that's spent quietly at home, and even those are sometimes punctuated by some form of misadventure. For example, last week's lazy Wednesday night was broken up by a 3am trek for a pancake that ended up as a quasi-tour of late-night dining spots in Seattle. On most nights it's music of some variety keeping our attention, and for a while we've wanted to keep track of all of the things we do for a week, along with how much money is associated with it. There aren't any plans to do anything with that information really, but it'll be interesting to see how the list grows.

So for a month we'll be keeping track of when we go out, defined loosely as when we go out for fun and merriment, not just for something like food. We're keeping the list here (and adding a link to our handy-dandy sidebar), and will post the overall results at the end of the period. Is it really too much? We shall see...


  • you didn't go out this morning? weak ass

    By Blogger K and/or J, at 7:30 PM  

  • i totally vote for you doing this via dodgeball (sending an email to dodgeball when you're heading out to the place where you're going). 'cause if it's after the fact, we can't truly stalk you ;) plus dodgeball makes all kinds of cute bar graphs and pie charts and things.

    By Blogger groovinkim, at 1:35 PM  

  • Why are you tracking what you spend when you don't pay for events? Lame idea.

    By Anonymous Manny, at 8:30 AM  

  • While I'll admit to getting the hookup on occasion, that certainly isn't the case all the time, so the point of tracking the amount spent is just to see what it amounts to. It's not that I think the amount would be extraordinary so much just seeing what it is. I've never tried to track it before on any scale longer than a weekend.

    By Blogger 2RedShoez, at 10:40 AM  

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