March 19, 2008

Ask Me Uncomfortable Questions

Ok, trying this on a blog with a fraction of the traffic or Uncertain Principles might be a bit risky (ie. what if nobody asks any questions?). But, I think it's an interesting idea and worth trying at least once. I'm really enjoying Orzel's responses as they give insight into the inner workings of one of my favourite bloggers.

So, the rules. Ask me any uncomfortable question about any topic: life, books, work, libraries, science, web 2.0 culture, free stuff, whatever, and I'll answer it here on the blog. Only restrictions: I reserve the right not to answer any question that might be too personal concerning me or my family. I also won't answer any question that basically asks me to trash somebody.

You can leave your questions in the comments. Ask away!

7 comments:

Graham Lavender said...

What is your biggest criticism of MLIS programs in North America, and what do you think library schools should be doing to fix this?

rwbt said...

Why haven't you made a chess move in 2 days?

John Dupuis said...

Err. I tried but the app crashed on me. And it doesn't seem to update when you make a move. The ChessPro app seems to conflict with the other Facebook chess application I have installed but I think it might be better now.

coturnix said...

Why no LOLCats on your blog?

John Dupuis said...

LOLCats! LOLCats! We don't need no stiiiinking LOLCats!

Anonymous said...

If you met yourself would you like you? Would you meet you again?

John Dupuis said...

Yes to both.