Whitespace is a conversational site. It’s a site where you get to see the business side of Scrivs so to speak. Things might get heated every once in a while, but it will always be a bit timid. Nothing wrong with that, but that’s not really the type of person I am.
I’m a nice guy. I’m an asshole. I’m quiet and a loudmouth. I am a lot of things and last week all of them came out offline. My partners kind of imposed a vacation on me to get away from things and it has helped tremendously. There were a lot of things that happened last week and a lot of words were said, lies spread and none of them by me for once.
A couple weeks ago I asked the question of what is too serious and I did so because I could feel myself falling into this trap of thinking that I had to act a certain way to keep the company safe. No matter what happens with 9rules, good or bad, it always seems that people say Scrivs did this or that and never 9rules. It makes sense because 9rules has been with me since its inception and it is something that will probably never change. Overall I think all of us (Colin and Mike) have taken ourselves too seriously and forgotten what has gotten us here.
We are a fun group and with the addition of Tyme things have only gotten a bit more fun and a tad bit raunchier since now those sex jokes can actually be applied to a woman (damn, don’t know how that is going to sound). In any case, I didn’t want a personal site so to speak, but I also didn’t want to turn Whitespace into my playground and stop the conversations that we have here on an almost daily basis. So what did I do? I created the Oreo CEO.
Here is where offline Scrivs meets online Scrivs as I am tired of the two being separate. This is where the fun begins and the trouble….errr, I guess begins again.
No comments. No color, but all color. (Ever had one of those entries you just didn’t know how to end? Yeah, I’m stuck)
Originally posted on February 22, 2006 @ 5:10 pm