The Great Interview Experiment


Note:  If you are interested in the 2009 version of the Great Interview Experiment, please go here.

This was V-Grrrl‘s recent comment on my last post about blogging awards, blogrolls, blah blah blah.

i am nobody
who are you
are you nobody too?

I know she was riffing on the somebody vs. nobody idea that I was writing about in the post, but I’m sure a lot of us think this way. For me, the Blogosphere was supposed to erase this old school, hierarchical type of thinking. It’s the reason I started to blog. I’m not a nobody online. The minute I posted my first post, I was a “published” writer. Even if my writing sucked. Even if my audience was one crazy guy from Ohio and my mother.

Gimmicks like Blog Awards are fun because it gives people a chance to socialize with each other, but the concept is mostly for old farts. It is as meaningful as the Oscars, mostly good only for self-promotion. The really best blogs will never be nominated because you don’t even know they exist. Besides, blogging is so much bigger than that, and works on a whole different level. The fascinating part of the medium is that I can write about my talking Penis and have some guy in Iran read my blog, and soon his Penis wants to talk, too! And then, his wife, hearing the sound of love, wants to overthrow the government! And because of one blog post, the whole world is filled with freedom and love and happiness! Now that’s inspiring. I’m all for your personal blog being all about you. That’s how I view my blog. But blogging is more than your own blog. It is the thrill of the freedom of expression, and the random and unlikely connections that we make with each other. And who can forget the importance of comments? Comments alone can MAKE a post interesting.

For two years now, ever since my brief stint writing about personal bloggers on Blogebrity, I’ve been complaining about how a combination of hierarchy, elitism, advertising, and plain old human insecurity will make the internet a less interesting place, especially to be a personal blogger lost in the loudmouth world of politics, celebrities, and product placement. Of course, as the blogosphere matures and becomes fragmented and cliquish, it is a losing battle. But, like the last Spartan warrior, I keep on fighting.

Did you ever notice that whenever some expert is being interviewed on Oprah or the Today show, the person just happens to have a book coming out the following week? It’s as it wasn’t important to tell us the cure for cancer until the guy’s book comes out, and then they don’t even tell you the cure so you have to buy the book. I’ve seen some bloggers being interviewed by other bloggers. It’s usually the same as it is on TV. Those interviewed are persons deemed “worthy” of being asked important questions about the world. They have a popular blog, a project coming out, or a specific expertise. We instantly find these people even MORE interesting because someone took the time to interview them. It’s like Obama’s campaign didn’t even start until Oprah sat down to talk with him. All of a sudden, everyone went, “Wow, she finds him interesting. He MUST be interesting.” I know most of you won’t agree with me, but I think anyone who decides to write about their life online is interesting, even those who may not do the best job yet of conveying that on paper. We all should be interviewed, at least once.

Here’s how it is going to work. The first person who comments on this post, will get interviewed by me. I will read the person’s blog, then email him ten or so specific questions, hopefully more about his life (what makes them tick) than their favorite blogger (too obvious! — me). I’ll give my interviewee as much time as necessary to answer the questions, but hopefully he’ll finish it by next week. There might be a back-and-forth if the person feel uncomfortable with a question, etc. or if I want to explore a topic further. Finally, when it is all written up, I will polish the draft, send it back, and the interviewee can proudly publish the interview on their own blog.

It doesn’t end there. While I am interviewing the first commenter, he will be interviewing the second commenter. The second commenter will be interviewing the third commenter. Each person should then put their own interview on their own blog, or on the interviewer’s blog, or both (your choice!), answering the questions as openly and honestly as he chooses. Not only will this give others a new way to know you, but we will sabotage the idea of an interview only being for “somebody.” Everyone is somebody.


If you leave a comment, you’re in…

I will keep on adding to the list of interviewers/interviewees. Theoretically, the list can just keep on going perpetually… There really is no specific deadline. Just think of me as the Jewish mother who will guilt you into doing it ASAP, so as not to be rude to the next guy.

Email me with any questions or if your interviewer flakes out, so we can re-assign you.

Here is a list of the completed interviews.

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857 Responses to The Great Interview Experiment

  1. V-Grrrl says:


    i am somebody!

    editor’s note:

    I will be interviewing V-grrrl via email some time, either this weekend, or at least before Tuesday. I will read her blog to get a better sense of her. I will get her email address from her blog (you can also contact me). V-grrrl will interview Finn, etc… I will contact everyone next week to nudge you to do it, in case you forget over the weekend.

  2. Finn says:

    I’m somebody too!

  3. Caron says:

    You have such a gift for creating community within this medium!

  4. That’s a beautiful concept, it’s true that EVERYBODY is SOMEBODY. I love that you’re trying to help the blogging community embrace that. I can’t wait to meet new people!

  5. gorillabuns says:

    you my man, are a do’er – not a sitter.

  6. sizzle says:

    everybody IS somebody. true!

    way to pay it forward, neil. :)

  7. iamthediva says:

    what a fabulous idea!!

  8. Penelope says:

    I’m going to de-lurk on the strength of this fabulous idea! As terrifying as the thought of it is…can I play too? :o)
    PS. Now I have “Everybody…needs somebody…” stuck in my head!

  9. Lisa says:

    Okay, so Penelope interviews me, and I interview the next commenter?

  10. wendy says:

    Very interesting. I guess this means I must actually WRITE somthing on my dusty blog….

    Very cool….very Neil.

  11. Marriage-101 says:

    Cool! So who do I get to interview?

  12. seven says:

    This sounds like a cool idea. So, MARRIAGE-101, I guess you’re interviewing me. :)

  13. Neil says:

    OK, let me jump in for just a sec. Ignore me as an interviewer in this spot.

    If your comment goes into spam, don’t worry, I’ll get it later. Just check back later.

  14. schmutzie says:

    I’m in! What a freaking excellent idea, Neil.
    Who wants to be interviewed by me? Comment now.

  15. What a fantastic idea! I would love to interview someone! Count me in please.

  16. Karl says:

    I’m totally in! Great idea, Neil.

  17. Chantel says:

    Neil you are totally Awesome!! I’m In

  18. I’ve read your blog before and just starting following you on twitter where I found this link. What a great idea, I would love to interview someone.

  19. LVGurl says:

    Throwing my hat in the ring…

  20. abigail road says:

    What a great idea Neil! Everyone is something, and everyone is special.I’m in…to be an interview and do an interview.

  21. mrs mogul says:

    I actually had this idea as well but you beat me to it! :0 But it;s a fun ideA! Wait, who dO i interview?? MelodY?

  22. Jennifer says:

    I nominated you for a big-time Blog Award recently. I hope you don’t mind. I also hope you win.

    This is a fabulous conceptual idea you’ve dreamed up, and it also illustrates a multitude of the reasons *why* I decided to nominate you for said award.

    Interesting being relative, I am most interested in what types of questions I might potentially ask and be asked.

    Which might make me a lousy interview, but what the hell. 😉

  23. Oooh, look how everybody wants to be famous! Neil, you should be proud of the community you’ve created. Clearly, more than a crazy guy in Ohio, and your mom.

  24. Sarah says:

    Do I dare? I don’t know if I even commented here before but I like the idea and I love reading your blog.

    My plan is to shut my blog down in March but until then it might be fun to post like crazy!

  25. kerflop says:

    You’re such a genius, Neil. I love this idea to bits and pieces.

  26. merrymishaps says:

    Neil, thanks for sticking up for the little guys!

  27. Katie says:

    Um, no one has yet noticed (cited) that “I’m nobody, who are you?” is actually a poem by Emily Dickinson. I’m sure y’all knew that already though.

  28. palinode says:

    I remember that Dickinson poem in A Child’s Garden of Verse or some similar book from my childhood.

  29. Hey Katie! I was just going to mention that!!

    OK, Neilochka, this is another of your brilliant ideas. xoxo

  30. Ash says:

    Ok, I’m in. But Neil, it’s only because of my secret crush on you.

  31. Bryna says:

    “And who can forget the importance of comments? Comments alone can MAKE a post interesting”

    So true! I look forward to the comment section just as much as the post!

    …awaiting next commenter for my interviewing possibility! :)

  32. Shash says:

    I would love to join up! I’m off to meet Btyna!


  33. whoorl says:

    Yet ANOTHER great idea, Neil! I’m in!

  34. By Jane says:

    Neiochka, you’re heading for bloggerstardom, along side Dooce, et al. Sign me up for this…I interview Shash????

  35. Akaky says:

    But I dont want to be somebody! I LIKE being nobody, dammit!

  36. LVGurl says:

    The ladies LOVE Neil. Karl excluded.

    (Don’t count this comment, I’m already in queue for an interview… speaking of, is there a deadline?)

  37. Neil says:

    Not really. It’s up to you. I just thought it would be good to do it by the end of next week before you forget.

  38. Shannon says:

    My little blog & I are still newbies in blog-world…so I think the Bloggies should make an award for most unknown blogger…I nominate myself. hehe.

    Modest aren’t I?

  39. Neil says:

    Of course not.

    Akaky interviews Shannon.

    Shannon interviews Alison.

    Alison interviews…

    Gee, I probably could just keep this post going forever on the sidebar until everyone on the blogosphere has interviewed each other.

  40. Sarcomical says:

    …ME! alison can interview me!
    now…who comes next? i wonder…

  41. Loralee says:

    Don’t leave me out of the party, yo!
    (Did I just say “Yo”? Why yes. Yes I did. Sigh.)

  42. tamarika says:


    Hey Neil! Count me in! Hurray! I am somebody too! Yay!

  43. I’m nobody, who are you?

    Emily Dickinson

    Emily and I are in

  44. pam says:

    am i too late for this party??

  45. pam says:

    Wait, wait, I can’t do this by next Friday unless I do before the weekend is over. How lame is that? So I AM too late for this party. How sad.

  46. mckay says:

    not too late at all, pammy!

    neil, you are a blog community genius. someone should make you Mayor of Blogville.

    (i think i just did).

    congrats, mayor.

  47. Bre says:

    My goodness! First, I adore “But blogging is more than your own blog.” because it really hits at just the right time for me. I needed to hear that.

    Second, you started a little revolution, hmm?

  48. pam says:

    No WAIT! I’m in, I’M IN. I haven’t had enough coffee. Ascender, email me, wink wink.

  49. Ariel says:

    The line between journalism and PR is very, very blurred… especially when it comes to the goggle box! Funny you should mention Oprah – I sat through a gruelling 20 minutes of quite probably an ancient rerun yesterday featuring ‘The Secret’ (about which you blogged at some stage I think) and how it can fix your life, from losing weight to sorting out debts etc… It made me wonder quite how gullible the media think the audience is sometimes, especially on your side of the pond. Worse still, all those shows are exported to our side of the pond! Urgh.

  50. Danny says:

    Ooh, can I get in?

  51. Arjewtino says:

    You’re paying it forward except at the end, hopefully, you won’t be a dead Hayley Joel Osment.

  52. Rosa says:

    I’m game, if there’s anyone left to pair up with. Hope so!

  53. Julia says:

    Hmmm… I wonder if I started blogging just because I was hoping someone would notice that I’m somebody too!? Because I’m so new to this, and the sort of person who desperately needs to be graded the idea of awards is extremely attractive to me. But, I would love to be interviewed and interview someone in return. And just for the record, I interview people professionally so maybe I could bring a level of bitterness to the interview that others don’t possess.

  54. Bec says:

    Julia interviewa me? God help you Julia!

  55. metalia says:

    Ooh, I love this idea. Bravo, Neil. Am I too late?

  56. Wow, there’s a series of 60 interviews already!

    It’s true, sometimes when I receive these blog awards, I thought to myself “uh oh, who am I going to offend now?”

    We’re all somebody when somebody reads our blog.

  57. Neil, you have the best ideas! I’m in.

  58. tatiana says:

    who doesn’t want random people to know more about them? hell, i know that’s why i started my blog.

  59. di says:

    Did I arrive too late? Another superb idea. And I thought you were very ‘somebody’ … just by the way.

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  61. My interview of Nerd Eye View is today as Pam; world traveler, is on her way out of the country early next week

  62. Neil says:

    Mazel tov, Ascenderrisesabove! You’re the first one done. I bet you were the teacher’s pet in school.

    I haven’t even sent my questions yet to V-grrrl. I’m still debating whether or not it is appropriate to ask her if her husband is the best lover she ever had, or if it is that bearded jazz musician she dated in college?

  63. august says:

    Oooh, that’s a very thoughtful post. About a year ago, I started a blog called “Interview with a Nobody” which was supposed to become a blog of interviews with “non-popular” bloggers. I got too busy and never did it. I like this idea though.

  64. pam says:

    Yooo hooo, how about a badge for the posts from one of your supergenius contacts?

  65. Christine says:

    Oooohhh…I love this idea. I wanna play!

  66. ElizaF says:

    Aha… ok but what if…your list of questions (and you) become more famous (or infamous) on the blogging scene than you can handle?

    You may have spawned a beast Neil!

  67. Mitch McDad says:

    I’m in….if I’m not too late.

  68. Dave says:

    How do you get so many babes to comment?
    You Neil are a chick magnet.
    You have made this medium a chick magnet.
    Way to go man.

  69. Well, I MUST be interesting because you happen to be linking to me as a current crush. 😉

    Cool! I’m flattered. Thank you and nice blog you have here!

  70. Shelley says:

    Listening is an act of love. I look forward to being a link in this chain.

  71. How egalitarian of you!! Seriously, very cool idea, Neil. Count me in :) Peace, JP/deb

  72. Neil, I adore you. You always bring something different to the table, something that includes everyone. I feel as though you would have picked me in Duck Duck Goose in Kindergarten because no one else would.

    Count me in!

  73. Nat says:

    I loved this post and would love to be counted in as well.. (hope it’s not too late.) :)

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  75. Bev says:

    I think this is a terrific idea and I would like to be included as well.

  76. Linsey says:

    ooh, yes, count me in!

  77. Neil says:

    The list is being updated on the post.

  78. sassy says:

    Oui ! Oui! Can I play too?

  79. k says:

    What a fantastic idea! Woo!

  80. aka_monty says:

    “I know most of you won’t agree with me, but I think anyone who decides to write about their life online is interesting, even those who may not do the best job yet of conveying that on paper.”

    I TOTALLY AGREE with you.
    Neil rocks.

    I am a TERRIBLE interviewer AND interviewee, so I pity the fool who gets stuck with me either way.

  81. MoniGarr says:

    OOooOOO Pick Me, Pick Me!!!

    Yay, I love your idea, I love writing, I love interviewing, and I certainly enjoy being interviewed and written about :)

  82. Christine says:

    Is there some way we (by we I guess by default I mean you, Neil) can keep track of completed interviews? I want to read them all!

  83. Neil says:

    Good idea. I will keep track and post it.

  84. elaine says:

    hey am i too late? excellent idea!

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  86. Kathleen says:

    Awesome! Sign me up!

  87. margalit says:

    Hey Neil, I’m in! Who do I get to interview?

  88. You’re so sexy when you buck against the system… Inspired idea. Putting my hand up too.

  89. miriam says:

    Neil, I will participate if I live long enough for my name to come up.

  90. Elisabeth says:

    French/English blogger here! I can be part of the French thread, and would be happy to translate the interviews into English too.

  91. Otir says:

    I definitely can pass an interview in English (and interview some in English too), but I thought it was unfair to the potential interviewer if she/he could not have a look at my blog – which unfortunately enough is in French only.

    Hence my request about at least a French reader (not even need to be a French-lover, uh?)

  92. cookiebitch says:

    Cool idea Neil. I think you should be nominated for President.
    If this is still going on, I’d love to do it. It will be fun to get to know another blogger too.

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  94. melanie says:

    wasn’t there a song about 98 girls i love…???

    can’t remember who recorded it.

  95. Neil says:

    I think that was 99 balloons.

  96. HeyJoe says:

    88 Lines about 44 women

  97. Lara says:

    I love this idea! Count me in. :)

  98. melanie says:

    how fun is it that my interviewee knew the answer to the question!!!

    this is going to seriously be festiva!

  99. will says:

    I wasn’t going to get involved but Neil just challenged my manhood over it so I have to. Count me in.

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  102. natalie says:

    sounds scary…intriguing…challenging…and basically worth my while. i’m in.

  103. fringes says:

    I agree with Natalie. Please let me in.

  104. helena says:

    oh! amazing. brilliant. thanks to okaycity for pointing me here, i’m excited to get started!

  105. ali says:

    is it too late???? :)

  106. Q says:

    I would like to be involved in this!

  107. This is scary-in-the-good-way and foolhardy.

    Sign me up.

    I’d love to be interviewed by someone with a header image like that.

  108. abigail road says:

    Sent out my interview questions…now who’s interviewing me???

  109. Neil says:

    LvGurl interviews you, Abigail.

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  111. Susan says:

    I’d love to be interviewed (and to interview).

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  114. Lori Madison says:

    The latest somebody has posted.. Oh that sounded a little cocky. :)

  115. Jenn says:

    I am SO counting in on this one! How fun.

  116. Caveman says:

    I’m in like…gin?

  117. Whit says:

    Let’s do this.

  118. Annika says:

    I would like to play!

  119. DaveX says:

    I’m up for a challenge, and there’s no way I’m letting Annika sit there hanging. Especially not with all those cool polka dots on her page!

  120. maitresse says:

    I love this, I want to play!

  121. pocketCT says:

    Me me me! Oh goodie I am not too late.

  122. Becky says:

    Ohh, this sounds like fun. I hope you don’t mind that I am sort of ganking the idea and using it on my personal forums.

  123. Sarah says:

    Can I still participate? I love interviews!!

  124. Nadine says:

    I’ve never done this before, what a brilliant idea!
    Can I be part of it too?

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  126. ingrid says:

    fabulous idea! me too please!

  127. blackbird says:

    I would very much like to interview someone and be interviewed.

  128. witchypoo says:

    This is a fabulous idea, and please count me in.

  129. miguelina says:

    OK, I’m late to this party, but I’d love to play too!

    Neil, I’m always impressed with your creativity – reading Citizen of the Month is like going to a big blogger cocktail party. Thanks for keeping blogging fun.

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  131. I’m late as well, but I’m in. If you’ll have me.

  132. kirida says:

    I hope it’s not too late, but I want in!

  133. I’d love to participate too!

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  135. Mara Collins says:

    I’d like to interview and be interviewed.

  136. Actorgirl says:

    What a great idea!! I am looking forward to reading all of them!

  137. Dan says:

    I’m in too, both as interviewee and interviewer

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  139. I’m down to participate. Sounds like fun so partner me up!

  140. claire says:

    Cool idea, Neil. I’m in.

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  142. Kelly says:

    Is it too late to join in and play. I would love to meet someone new and be met by someone. Let me know.

  143. Callie says:

    What a great idea! And how fun. I found you through another blog of course, but I love your article here and can’t wait to read through your blog. Sign me up for your interview chain, please.


  144. Johnna says:

    I’m fairly new to blogging,so this will be fun! Sign me up too!

  145. Okay, sounds like something interesting to do. Sign me up.

  146. Yes, I concur, good idea.

    That’s sort of a joke in our house, the “I concur” thing. I’m not really that formal.

  147. firewings says:

    This sounds great! I want in!

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  149. Jeannette says:

    I wanna play! Please say it’s not too late!

  150. Becca says:

    This looks interesting, I found it through

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  152. JChevais says:

    What a brill idea! Not too late to the party I hope!

  153. Fitèna says:

    Did I just read that it’s not too late!?
    well, can I play!?

  154. Mrs. Dymund says:

    Spectacular idea! Can I play, too?

  155. Victoria says:

    I’m precoffee, so while my brain still can’t quite function, I’m going to go ahead and join in! Hopefully I didn’t just sign away a spleen…or worse, one of my livers.

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  158. Emily R says:

    I’m so nervous! Interviews are scary, but I want in.

  159. -R- says:

    I just saw this today and am signing up!

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  161. CORI says:

    How fun! I’d love to interview someone.

  162. Victoria says:

    I’m a dork, so I’ll ask the dork question…just to be certain, I interview sparkliesunshine, right?=]

  163. Neil says:

    Victoria, yes! I put everyone on a list above…

    And dorks like me DON’T ask questions!

  164. Victoria says:

    Thanks, I’m a dork.

  165. rel says:

    Sure why not; can’t win if yoa don’t play. 😉

  166. rilla says:

    Oooh! Oooh! I’d like to play.


  167. James says:

    What a great idea. Count me in too please.

  168. Lisa says:

    I’ve seen this circulating around bloggoland. Usually I don’t jump on the bandwagon of anything but this sounds interesting. Count me in!

  169. Danielle says:

    What a cool idea! I’d love to meet somebody’s!!

  170. Kate says:

    Count me in! I would love to interview and be interviewed!

  171. Emily says:

    This is too great an idea to pass up. Count me in!

  172. Miss Britt says:

    Is it too late for this?

    I wish I would have came over and read this when I first saw the link. I assumed it was just… y’know… another “internet thing”.

    But your reasoning behind it is beautiful. And something I very much want to be a part of.

  173. Kellyology says:

    I just have to try it because it sounds like fun, plus it appeals to the narcissistic side of myself. What? I have to interview someone as well? Oh alright. If I must.

  174. Kim says:

    I’ll do the interview, but no flash photography, please. ahahahahaha.

  175. andrea says:

    Can I be a somebody? My sister and I share a blog, can it be a 2 for one perhaps? God, I’m demanding…

  176. ingrid says:

    Hey Neil, my interview of Blackbird is now complete and online. on her site and on mine

    Oh! Now I wanna answer some questions too!

  177. I LOVE this idea. Count me in.

  178. nita says:

    finally! an opportunity to show, once again and publicly, my deep love of the inappropriate answer. i’m so in i’m almost out again. yay!

  179. Jen says:

    I want in! Please tell me I’m not too late.

  180. cog says:

    hey, I’m a random nobody. can I get in on this?

  181. Kyran says:

    late to the ball. as usual. has my coach already turned back into a pumpkin?


  182. Ree says:

    Yes, please! Count me in.

  183. Laura says:

    i love this! im in.

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  185. Miss A says:

    oooh give me a pal 😉

  186. L.Bo says:

    I’d like in too please :)

  187. Evolving says:

    How many interviews can be done? I am SO IN. PleasE??

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  189. daysgoby says:

    After reading that article, I’m in too. What a great way to circumvent the miles between us!

  190. Poppy says:

    Me! Me! Pick me!

  191. Poppy says:

    Whoops, I hit “Say It!” before I realized that was blackbird’s url. Not mine.

    Maybe you’d better not pick me. Apparently, I will send everyone to the wrong website. Or interview the wrong person. Or something equally idiotic.

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  193. I wanna join! This is way cool. :-)

  194. Cat says:

    Is cursing allowed? ‘Cause this is fucking fascinating :)

    I am somebody too.

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  196. Okay, I’m in. (Although interview questions will most likely not go out this-very-second.)

  197. Hey there,
    I’d love to take part!

  198. zoe says:

    i just pissed myself reading cookiebitch’s interview. now i wanna play too!

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  200. Mrs. Flinger says:

    oh, I wanna play! And looksy! mammaloves is above me. Do we get to play footsie or something?

  201. Neil says:

    Or maybe a pillowfight!

  202. banana says:

    Fun! I want to play.

  203. Neil says:

    Banana interviews Rosa. She already interviewed someone.

    I am adding Jenn here to interview the next person.

  204. kealan says:

    my 2nd blog is new – am i still allowed to play?

  205. Donna says:

    If I’m not too late to the party, I’d love to come. I’ll even bring dessert.

  206. TimeCzar says:

    No, don’t put up ads, let’s turn this into the largest, ad-free internet site ever!

    I’m in.

  207. Janie says:

    I would love to interview and be interviewed! Janie

  208. Victoria says:

    Just posted my interview with Angela from SparlieSunShine… =]

  209. Kristen says:

    OK, I can’t resist a good internet experiment. Does this mean I interview Janie?

  210. Neil says:

    No, Janie interviews you! You interview the next person.

  211. fatboyfat says:

    Well, somebody’s got to get the short straw and interview me. Sorry in advance, and all that.

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  214. Kristen says:

    Got it. Thanks, Neil.

  215. robin says:

    Delurking to become part of this fun project. I just love talking about myself. Oh, and asking others about themselves too.

  216. charlie says:

    (SKIP — Cool comment, but not blog)

    You certianly have won the voice of the people. What an excellent concept… another old saying is – everyone loves their 5 minutes of fame… but to sustain it – yuo need talent. Yuo obviously have talent in the blogging sphere if you have been going for 2 years now. Well done to you!!

    I’m new to all this… but always love a good read. Keep it up xxc

  217. gb says:

    oooh! I’m new but please count me in!

  218. ZooKeeper says:

    I found this great idea through Will of Be The Boy fame and I’d like in on the action.

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  221. Frank says:

    What a great idea. Lets keep it going.

  222. Allycat says:

    This is a great idea – *snaps* to neil!

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  224. torrie says:

    What a great idea. I’d love to do this!

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  226. Mrs. Dymund says:

    Mrs. Dymund interviews Victoria is up.

  227. Melizzard says:

    Okay I throw my hat in this ring.. the comments have gotten jumbled though so how to do we confirm how who’s interviewing who?

  228. Neil says:

    Aimee interviews you. You interview the next person.

  229. LilyRose says:

    People interviewing people? That is a truly excellent idea. Sure, I’ll do it. Power in numbers, and all that.

  230. Pete Dunn says:

    Hey, who do I interview? Who wants to be somebody? Next!

  231. City Girl says:

    I am someone (or so my momma tells me) and would very much like to interview another someone.

    (PS – Referred by fatboyfat)

  232. Michelle says:

    Ok, I’m new to this whole blog thing, but I’m game! :)

  233. Carolyn Bahm says:

    I’d love to participate — please count me in!

  234. kerrianne says:

    OK, OK, Neil. You guilted me into playing. (Which you didn’t, at all. But why didn’t you try? A girl needs guilt, you know. And peanut butter cookies.)

    I’m SO in.

  235. brennan says:

    i like what you’re sayin, what is it with people’s ego?

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  238. Janelle says:

    This sounds cool, I want to be interviewed!

  239. Talina says:

    This is a great idea! Count me in also!

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  241. Tina Kubala says:

    Freaking Awesome. I want to play.

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  243. NoRegrets says:

    A little late to the party, but I’ll put on my dancing shoes…

  244. Matthew says:

    Okay, I’m in now.

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  246. robin says:

    My interview of GB is up.

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  248. Sounds fun and very enlightening. I’m in.

  249. Oooh oooh ooh pick me pick me! :o)

  250. fatboyfat says:

    **Ignore this comment folks, I’m already done**

    My interview of Robin, and Kristen’s interview of me, are both online now.

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  252. Janie says:

    Read my interview with Kristen from My Back Pages

  253. Meredith says:

    Ok, I’m a dork, this is my actual blog.

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  256. RA says:

    I hesitated for a bit because I thought I was not cool enough, but then the idea sunk in that that is maybe the point. Cheers.

  257. Neil says:

    The very fact that you are a “wordnerd” makes you cool enough.

  258. Jen says:

    New reader who would love to play along! Though, I’m a bit confused as to who I interview and who interviews me, ‘cuz there’s just so many comments and trackbacks now! Will I get some sort of confirmation?

  259. Sara says:

    This is very neat. Count me in.

  260. Count me in. It’s time for some serious Q & A.

  261. Nichole says:

    Hey, what a great idea! Sign me up!

  262. Caught wind of this via Blogging L.A. Count me in, please. Fabulous idea and clearly it’s resonating based on the number of enthusiastic comments.

  263. egghead says:

    Ooh, I love to interview people, though I don’t think I’ve ever been interviewed. Is it too late?

  264. I’ll give this a shot.

  265. Neil says:

    Jen —

    RA interviews you
    you interview Sara

    I add everyone to a list above…

  266. Louise says:

    Wow. Um…I am nervous, but it should be fun- Right?

  267. Dave Bullock says:

    Sounds good to me, I’m in.

  268. brennan says:

    what happens if you want to interview someone, but can’t find the person that you’re supposed to be interviewing?

  269. Amy says:

    This looks like a great idea. I’m in.

  270. kate says:

    This is a really cool idea. I want in!

  271. Robyn says:

    This is SO COOL. I want to play!

  272. mp says:

    OK..I’m in! GREAT idea!!

  273. Lisa says:

    Count me in – great idea!

  274. Jeni says:

    Great idea – I’d love to participate!

  275. Julie Scott says:

    Saw this mentioned over on Carver’s Dog. I would so like to participate!

  276. Jamie says:

    Wow, am I late to the game, or what?! I would love to participate if there are still folks out there. Thanks!

  277. chantelle says:

    i am nobody
    who are you
    are you nobody too?

    Is an Emily Dickinson poem about, it has been theorized, Emerson:

    I’m nobody! Who are you?
    Are you nobody, too?
    Then there’s a pair of us — don’t tell!
    They’d banish us, you know.

    How dreary to be somebody!
    How public, like a frog
    To tell your name the livelong day
    To an admiring bog!

  278. d says:

    ok. this makes me all sweaty and nervous, but i’m willing to dip my toe in the water. i think. oh god. what i have i done.

  279. If you don’t forward this comment immediately to ten people you know, you will die in a fortnight, or in two weeks time (whichever comes first).

  280. MichelleVan says:

    Hi Neil! Its been a while since I’ve been around. I’d love to play.. (and I’ve got a podcast, can I do the interviewing by phone and put the audio up? or only by blog post writing? )… Heck I better go read the rules… sigh…

  281. Ashlie says:

    I’m totally down with the interviews! Sign me up!

  282. Lin says:

    I’d love to play!

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  284. Luckie says:

    I want in on the action! Sign me up!

  285. savia says:

    You wore me down. I need something to get my mind off of the impending jaw surgery, so I’m in, too.

  286. Theresa B. says:

    I’m in. Nothing this exciting has happened to me since I read the back of some guys’ t-shirt and realized I’d be in Seattle on the same date that All was playing. That was fifteen years ago on my way to Alaska. I’ve been here ever since. What can I say, I like it slow and boring.

  287. turnbaby says:

    I’ve read some of the interviews and they are fascinating.

    I’d love to join in!

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  289. What a clever idea – I’ve been trying to discover new blogs. Sign me up!

  290. courtney says:

    Great idea! I’d love to be interviewed! Count me in!

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  293. I’d love to participate too!

  294. Erika says:

    Sigh, why am I always so late to the party?
    Better late than never. I wanna play.

  295. Gunfighter says:

    Am I too late to the party???

  296. Sounds like a great idea. I’d love to be interviewed.

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  298. jen says:

    Count me in please!

  299. Kristabella says:

    Better late than never, right?

    Count me in!

  300. I wanna play! So who interviews me, and who do I interview?

  301. Amy S. says:

    I want to play, too!

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  303. heather says:

    i’ll bite.
    i’ll answer or ask questions. or both. just let me know what you need to balance things out.

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  305. By the way, how do I know when my turn comes up? Will I get an email or something?

  306. Sarah says:

    Cool, can I play too?

  307. Linsey says:

    My interview with Tex and the City is up at:

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  310. MomOnTheGo says:

    I am not nobody but I am Canadian and so it sometimes seems like I might be. This is an interesting project.

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  312. Bri says:

    Sounds like fun, count me in!

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  314. RLM says:

    genius! count me in.

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  316. Frogdancer says:

    Blogger from Australia. Teacher, single Mum of 4, blah blah blah….
    Just love my blog and my cyber mates. Having so much fun with all of this. Heard about this…. what a great idea.

  317. AlunFoto says:

    Found my way here from DrivingTheFlies blog. Sounds like fun, so count me in! :-)


  318. Karen MEG says:

    Hey Neil, what a great idea! I want my 15 minutes !!!! LOL, came by via Curiosity Killer and Whoorl. Can I join the party?

  319. simon says:

    Found this via Di Mackey. Found it quite inspiring. It may even lift me out of my current ambivalence about my own blog. Is it too late to join in?

  320. Tiffany says:

    Ooo, I want to play! This is such a great idea!

  321. Becky says:

    Sign me up. What do I do?

  322. Alisa says:

    This is a great idea. We are all somebody, let us not forget that

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  324. Val says:

    I want to be somebody!
    Oh, right, I already am somebody, but nobody knows it!

  325. badaude says:

    I heard about these from my friend Lauren at Maitresse. Is the interview pyramid scheme still running?
    -Badaude (

  326. heather says:

    so uhmmm, i can be a bit dense at times. who am i supposed to interview?

  327. nancy says:

    This is the coolest thing I have seen all day. I want to play too!

  328. Sarah says:

    Sounds like a blast!

  329. Neil says:

    Heather — interview the first Sarah under you. (sarahatlee)

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  331. simon says:

    Neil, a question – do I need to wait for all the people ahead of me to get their interviews done, or can I go ahead and interview already the person who commented after me (Tiffany)? Wouldn’t want to mess up the sequence or anything, if that’s important…

  332. smtwngrl says:

    I had this idea months ago and didn’t jump on it. Now someone else has. Guess I’ll ride on the coat-tails. Sign me up!

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  334. Jacob says:

    I’m interested in taking part. This sounds like it could be something fun.

  335. Dana says:

    Oh, this looks fun!!! Sign me up! I’ll admit confusion, though, do I interview the next person that comments?

  336. Dana says:

    Aaaaaaaand I bet the blog would help, huh? Same Dana as above!

  337. Neil says:

    Dana, yes!

    Simon, no need to wait.

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  339. red pen mama says:

    well, I read about two interviewees who are stranded. If I add on here, do I get one?

    I’ve been reading a few of these. Pretty cool.


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  341. RLM says:

    Click here to read my interview with Frogdancer.

  342. Lightening says:

    Oh wow!!! cool idea. Heard about it via Frogdancers blog. Would LOVE to join in. :)

  343. MPS says:

    Thanks to my lady feral, I am aware of the dare. Sounds like fun :)

  344. ETK says:

    I’d love to be in. :)

  345. Distractions says:

    Interesting idea. I’d love to be involved.

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  347. Mark Roberts says:

    Ooh, looks like all the cool kids are doing it! Count me in!

  348. Leah says:

    Yeah, great idea!

  349. Wendy says:

    Please give me someone to interview, too. Great idea!

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  351. Mr. W says:

    Can I be somebody too?

  352. Cronopio says:

    I’m Somebody. Pleased to meetcha!

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  354. Tina says:

    Can I play too, please?

  355. heels says:

    Awesome fun! Me too, please!

  356. Stacy says:

    Sign me up. Lets do this.

  357. laura says:

    I’m in! Love it.

  358. I’d like to give it a go too, please. :)

  359. RLM says:

    Click here to read Bri’s interview with me.

  360. Desha says:

    I want in! Please!

  361. Can’t believe I’m just hearing about this now, but I’d love to get in on it.

  362. Laurel says:

    I’ve read a lot of great posts as part of the Experiment. I’m in!

  363. Carolyn Bahm says:

    Okay, I’ve sent my interview questions to Kerrianne. I can’t wait to hear back. :o)

  364. Sherra says:

    Hook me up! Obviously I’m slow to join group activities but I follow directions well…

  365. Vanessa says:

    Count me in, who do I interview? Who interviews me?

  366. Megan says:

    I would like to join the great interview experiment. How do I do that …….Help.

  367. widget says:

    Actually the last comment by Megan is actually me – the doofus who used the wrong name…….go figure. Still want to play though..

  368. Nancy says:

    Climbin’ aboard. Sign me up =)

  369. NoRegrets says:


    Hi – never received questions.

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  371. Very cool idea.I turn many things in my life into experiments – it makes it more fun that way and easier to detach from the outcome.

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  373. Hi, any chance that I could get an interviewer that would actually do the interview? Mine never came through.

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  375. The Muse says:

    I so want in on this! :)

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  378. Angela says:

    I’m a little late to the game, but I’d definitely like to play along! Great idea.

  379. Erin says:

    Well, since everybody else is doing it…how about me too?

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  381. clyde says:

    hey neil, still taking names? love to interview someone and be interviewed.

  382. Kristen says:

    Count me in!


  383. Pam says:

    I’d love to join. Count me in too!

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  385. Mr. W says:

    So… how do you get interviewed or interview somebody?

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  388. Chad says:

    I’d also love to join! Please count me in!

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  391. Sara says:

    My interview with Jen is up — right here.

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  393. moooooog35 says:

    Can we swear in the interviews? If so, then I’m in.

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  396. JennyM says:

    Someone else said this makes them all sweaty and nervous and it does me, too, but what the heck — I’m in. (Although I’m kind of in late, so….) Someone post after me!

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  398. sheila says:

    alright, I’m up for it – gimme your best shot!

  399. SleepyNita says:

    Oh! I want to do this!

  400. Mocha says:

    Should I? Or shouldn’t I?

    Yes. I should.

  401. Bri says:

    I seem to have an issue. I have conducted my interview, but the blogger assigned to interview me never contacted me. I even left a comment on their blog with my email address, no go. Help? Thanks.

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  403. Becky says:

    YES, my 15 minutes, here I come!

  404. Deva says:

    I would LOVE to participate. :)

  405. t.w.i.t. says:

    Let me think about it. Okay, yes.

  406. Erin says:

    Ooh, I wanna join! Count me in!

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  408. Julie says:

    I’m in.

    Bring on the questions!

  409. Julie says:

    My link should be right this time…

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  411. anno says:

    Brilliant idea! Am I too late?

  412. Steve says:

    Sweet! I heard about this from Jennfier’s blog and it sounds really cool. Count me in!

  413. Steve says:

    By the way I meant to type Jeannette, not Jennifer. I’m pretty tired right now.

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  416. Marge says:

    Ok, sign me up! I’ve been a spactator too long.

  417. Marge says:

    ahem – spectator that is.

  418. Sue Katz says:

    Please count me in. I can’t wait to see who I get for mutual interviewism – and as we know from sex, anticipation is half the fun.

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  420. I dare you. Or something.

  421. rachel says:

    I’m in. Just clue me the hell in :-)

  422. Scott says:

    I may be somewhere else when you get to me. Or I may be there. Leave a comment, just in case.

  423. JChevais says:

    I already did my interview, but sadly the person who was going to interview me, bailed. Too many other commitments. Sigh.

  424. ExpatJane says:

    My problem is THIS, I was on vacation when you started this. I did tell two other friends about it but didn’t check back to see if they’d signed up!

    I wanna do it but it seems to have burnt itself out. However, I’ll volunteer to take up the slack if people have flaked out. Let me know 😉

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  428. dan-E says:

    oh what the hell, i have the free time. how does this work again?

  429. Neil says:

    Dan-E, ExpatJane should interview you.

    You should interview the next new commenter that isn’t a trackback.

  430. Robbi says:

    This perpetual interview string is fascinating! Sign me up.

  431. Missybw says:

    This is just really cool… I wanna be one of the cool kids! Sign me up too!

  432. JHS says:

    Is it too late to play? I just discovered your site!

  433. Neil says:

    JHS — Not too late at all. MissyBW will interview you. You interview the next commenter.

  434. Betty C. says:

    Well I guess we can say this event has been a success! I want to play now.

  435. Karen says:

    Once again, I’m late to the party! I want to play too.

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  437. Totally late to the party – came here by Avitable. I’d like to play!

  438. MsFreud says:

    Got here from Avi’s site too! I would love to play!

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  440. jen says:

    My interviewer (Mitchell Blatt) seems to have gone AWOL. I haven’t heard from him and his blog appears to be down. What next?

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  442. Mocha says:

    Yay! Whew! GEEZ. I’m exhausted from the linky links.

    See above.

    Thanks, Neil.

  443. Lara says:

    i want to play! does this mean i’m interviewing mocha? ’cause that kind of rocks. :)

  444. Neil says:

    No, Lara, you interview the next person.

  445. Tricia says:

    Came by way of Mocha Momma.

    I’ll bite.

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  447. Melina says:

    I would like to do this! May I still?

  448. Maggie says:

    I think I’m in. YES! I’m in! I think.

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  450. Ragtop Day says:

    I’d love to participate! Can I still get in?

  451. Throw us on the interview list!

  452. Toni says:

    Throw me in if you can! x

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  454. Debra says:


    How did I miss this brilliant experiment in all our twittering? Throw me into the ring if there’s room.

  455. headbang8 says:

    Great idea. If it’s still OK, count me in. Debra looks like a rather intriguing interrogator. (That’s how it works, not the other way around, no?)

    And I look forward to seeing whom I draw.

  456. Liz R says:

    Can I still join?? I mostly lurk here but I think that you are HILARIOUS and would love to interview someone!

  457. kelly says:


    Callie and I are working on it. Promise. We have not forgotten. It should be up this week.

  458. Toni says:

    I’m in! So who do I interview? Come on next commenter!

  459. mountainmama says:

    Okay, Toni, that’d be me! And next is…?

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  461. I’d love to interview and be interviewed if there are still enough interested folks?

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  463. Melissa says:

    Can I play, too?

  464. kelly says:

    Okay, I’m done.

    My interview of Callie from Little Visions is up here

    Awesome idea!

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  470. I’ve posted! is Egghead’s interview of me, and I see that Jen has also posted my questions to her.

  471. Jenny says:

    i’d like to get interviewed!!

  472. PaintingChef says:

    If it isn’t too late… count me in!

  473. Brandon says:

    This sounds like a great idea….count me in!

  474. Will Harris says:

    (SKIP until I speak to writer)

    My curiosity is piqued. Sign me up!

  475. Boaz says:

    This project is awesome. I can’t wait to start crafting my questions, (and answers).

  476. Eric Cheek says:

    I wouldn’t mind being a part of this project…it sounds really neat.

  477. Pinky says:

    ah! I wanna play!

  478. snedapants says:

    i’m someone! me too me too!

  479. Holy. Trucker.


  480. Catheroo says:

    Time to finally take that journalism degree off the shelf! Can I still play?

  481. Goddess says:

    (SKIP UNTIL I speak with Anita)

    Count me in – great idea, great work!


  482. Jimbo says:

    Neil, this is the coolest idea since the idea got invented by the Fonz… I can’t wait to make someone’s acquiantance(?)!

  483. Sherry says:


    I think this sounds Amazing.

  484. Matt says:

    What a great and interesting idea!

  485. Kelly says:

    I’d like to be part of this too, if it isn’t too late. :)

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  487. chickbug says:

    So fun! I’m in.

  488. Claire says:

    Great idea. Is it still going? Would love to join in.

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  490. jenkim says:

    what a great social experiment. i’m boring i’d like to participate.

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  492. alejna says:

    Okay, okay. I can’t resist any longer. Please count me in!

    And wow, what a Herculean task you’ve landed yourself with. What an amazing thing you’ve done. You rock!

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  494. Jane says:

    Count me in… this is a fabulous idea.

  495. Melina says:


    a little cog in the little humming machine, my interviewee (Maggie) backed out of the little experiment. I guess I can take the person she was supposed to interview if you want?!?

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  497. Judy C says:

    I just read Arjewtino’s interview with Sassy of I Heart Internet – fabulous. Please add me to the list.

  498. Jessica says:

    I’d love to be a part of this, if my jumping on isn’t too late for the bandwagon…

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  500. Shai Coggins says:

    Brilliant idea! Well done, Neil. Happy to interview and be interviewed still, if anyone’s up for it. Just let me know!

    Also, I hope you don’t mind of I create an adaptation of this experiment. Happy to give you attribute, of course. :-)

  501. Jayme says:

    “…anyone who decides to write about their life online is interesting…”

    I agree! What a great way to meet other bloggers too. Count me in. :)

  502. Sarah says:

    Okay I’m in, let’s do this!

  503. Hamster_grrl says:

    Ooh, this sounds good, I definitely want in on the bandwagon!

  504. Dingo says:

    What a fantastic idea! If it’s not to late, I’d like to join the party.

  505. Elkins says:

    I was actually looking for the Good Interview Experiment. I think this is much, much better. Sign me up.

  506. ZestyJenny says:

    Me, too! Excellent idea!

  507. elise says:

    I’m late to the party, but I’ve been seeing these interviews all over the place and I love it. I’m in!

  508. odette says:

    i’d love to be somebody too, please count me in!

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  510. Wendy says:

    I’d love to be a part of this. So sign me up! Thanks…

  511. Chatty says:

    Consider me in! I yearn to be interviewed. I plan to wear sunglasses and sip an appletini around the pool whilst tossing bon mots to my fans (that would be actual fans, btw – it’s getting hot here in Arizona already).

  512. Kay says:

    Can I still join?

  513. Mrs. Chili says:

    Is it too late to sign up?

  514. Carla says:

    I’m interested if it’s still going… :)

  515. alex says:

    I’m In, can I still do it?!?!

  516. atalou says:

    i may as well do something with that journalism undergrad degree i’ve never used. i love this clever idea. i’m in!

  517. jakc says:

    Holy god that’s a long list.
    Make me on it, please.

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  519. Z says:

    this is amazing, I wish I had caught on sooner. Can I join in still?

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  522. Headbang8 says:

    […] I got lucky. My first interview subject was Liz, a mom from Richmond, Virginia, in the good-ol’ US of A. Just about the coolest mom I’ve ever met. […]

  523. Rosie says:

    Wow, what a great project! If it’s not too late, please count me in – I’d love to take part.

    Best wishes to all involved,


  524. Brené says:

    Looks like fun. I’m in. Rosie interviews me and I’ll interview the next person who comments!

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  528. Lael Johnson says:

    I found your link via Katherine, one of your interviewees. Please count me in also. Thanks for the opportunity!!

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  530. lea says:

    This sounds fascinating! Sometimes I’ve felt like the blogworld is kinda like finding a seat in the cafeteria on the first day of school. I look forward to finding some new blogs out there.

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  532. Jane says:

    Sounds like fun, Neil. Count me in.

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  534. Krista says:

    Sounds intriguing! Found you via the Unreliable Narrator.

    I am in! :)

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  536. Natalie says:

    I want to play!!!!!

  537. Heather says:

    I want to play, too! Sounds fun!

  538. veryheaven says:

    (Hi, Very Heaven — I’m going to skip you right now until I get someone who reads German for your interview —

    exceptional.avvsome.* i´ll intervievv everybody. vvhat a thrill! i´ll promote yourexperiment on my blog.

    veryheavenly greetings TO ALL
    from germany

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  540. TamiW says:

    Is it too late to get in on the interview experiment?

    I’d like to be interview and to interview someone.

    Thanks, Tami

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  542. Sparkle says:

    happy tax day, y’all… next project: interview!

  543. PMJG says:

    I am totally down with this interview experiment thing. I’d like to be added, please.

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  545. bzzzzgrrrl says:

    This is a fantastic idea. Please count me in.

  546. ToddP says:

    I’d like to sign up for this. Cool idea.

  547. Kristen says:

    Very cool! If it’s still going, I’d love to take part.

  548. Green says:

    Count me in! I love all aspects of interviewing!

  549. KT says:

    I just started reading you and I love the idea of this. Can I join?

  550. Cynthia says:

    If you are still taking applicants, I’m interested!

  551. PMJG says:

    Bzzzzgrrrl has been interviewed, and it’s up at her site and Bitterly Indifferent. It’s a frank, open discussion of May day dancing, emoticons, and a surprising lack of hillbillies.

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  553. greg mills says:

    I like me some q-in’ and a-in’ and franks and beans.

  554. tyna says:

    This is cool,wonder why i didn’t find it sooner,well all hope is not lost atleast i know that i am somebody.

  555. This is very cool – love it!!

  556. Howling Hill says:

    Dipping just my toe into the pool.

  557. Robb says:

    In the bottomless sea of copycat ideas the internet has become, it is great to see (at least to me) an original idea bobbing around…

    I wish I would have thought of it myself…

  558. ExpatJane says:


    Hey yo!

    I’m supposed to be interviewed by Scott and I’m supposed to interview Dan-E. So um, how do I find them. Maybe the comments, but er…well…hmmmm. Let me check the comments. nevermind…duh

  559. holli says:

    Holy crapamoley – I didn’t realize there was a list going on about this. After 626 names.. I’m uh – guessing it’s a little too late and I’ll just have to interview myself. I think that’s called a meme. pftz. Obviously everyone wanted to be interviewed. Go figger.

  560. Florencia says:

    This is a brilliantly simple idea, I’m so in!!! So who do I interview and who interviews me?

    And Neil, you had me at “I’m not a nobody online. The minute I posted my first post, I was a “published” writer. Even if my writing sucked.” My feelings exactly!!!

  561. Sign me up! I LOVE this….

  562. michellew says:

    How the hell did I not sign up for this before? Maybe I really am a nobody.

  563. blair says:

    Are you even still doing this?

  564. Neil says:

    Blair, yes indeed.

  565. Diane says:

    Wish I found this earlier! I’m in.

  566. Teresa says:

    How the hell are you going to get through all those names? See you in about 12 years for an interview.


  567. Kimberlee says:

    Judging by the length of this list, looks like my job will be to write an exit interview and turn out the lights!

  568. Is it too late to do this?

    Anyhow this is Auds at Barking Mad and I’d love the chance to be interviewed or interview someone. Would finally make that partial journalism degree pay off. *lol*

  569. Acyd says:

    i’d like to participate, because i have a lot of free time at work to goof off.

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  573. Dana says:

    Very cautious woman here, treading slowly, looking for land mines. Keeping head down…..step one….read what you’re getting yourself into…..step two…..trying to figure out WHAT you’re getting yourself into….step three….forgetting to look UP….splat.

    OK. I’m in.

  574. kateanon says:

    I can be last – and would be especially fabulous at interviewing myself – you know, if it comes to that.

  575. Robin Slick says:

    Hey, sign me up for an interview. I figure you’ll get to me, when, like in 2025? By then maybe I’ll have optioned all of my books to HBO (don’t ask…been there, done that…the producer died…blah blah blah)..


  576. Oh, The Joys says:

    Wow. I’m in… but from the length of the list it looks like it will be 2015 before it’s my turn, eh?

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  578. I want to be interviewed by Oh the Joys!

  579. Mr Lady says:

    ME! Redneck Mommy interviews ME!!!

  580. Jack says:

    You can count me in.

  581. Robin Slick says:


    Girl in the Mirror interviews me, huh. Should I tell her I have a gorgeous rock star drummer son? I think not! (heh)

    I guess I’d better go back and read your instructions now. Are we supposed to contact each other and report back here or are you coordinating this? Gah! I hate reading instructions, which is why I’ve had a huge unopened box from IKEA in my bedroom for, hmmm, 3 years now? I should mention it’s actually my new bed…but I’ve kind of gotten used to just using a mattress and box spring and that box makes a hell of a spot to drape my t-shirts and sweaters…

  582. Neil says:


    the rules: you don’t need to wait for me to contact you. Just contact the person in front of you and say you want to be interviewed. And then wait for the next person tontact you. Or contact that person also.

    If the person doesn’t get back to you within a week, just email me, and I’ll move ya.

  583. shiny says:

    Me too! Add me to the thang…

  584. suze says:

    I’m in. Somebody interview me! 😛

  585. Katie says:

    Room for one more?

  586. Vodkamom says:

    Put me on the list

  587. Winter says:

    What a totally cool experiment. I’m in.

  588. Great idea. Add me to the interview list.

  589. sam says:

    Me too! I wanna play!

  590. iMommy says:

    Sure, why not!

    Sam, I’m on you like white on rice!

  591. boXer girl says:

    I am totally in! Let’s rock!

  592. TamiW says:

    I requested to be on this list once before and I never heard back from anyone….

    I would like to participate in this event.


  593. I’m interested. I thought I had signed up, but I guess not. I just got one of those blogger awards, and I accepted it — but I felt kind of dirty. :) So count me in.

  594. Tara Marino says:

    Ok so believe it or not I am new to this whole blogging thing. I am a firm believer in attracting things into your life and just 4 weeks ago I was clueless about blogging-now I have 3,, and funny thing is that I am hooked. I completely get a thrill out of writing things down and I have split my personality into my sex life as a mom, my travel addiction that hasn’t stopped since I became a mother and Frenchie mom is my every day shit, I mean life as a mom;) Now though my husband is busting my chops that I haven’t had one comment and quizing me on how to get traffic to my blog!!! I would love to have an interview and have someone notice me-that’s what life is all about right? Being noticed and appreciated by others-would love to chat

  595. Maria says:

    I’d love to do this – count me in!

  596. John says:

    I’m in. : )

  597. E(ileen) says:

    Ok, ok, you got me, I’m in :) just don’t forget to nag and tell me what to do step-by-step :)

  598. Kelly says:

    I’m signing up. I just read the NYT article about BlogHer and for some reason it creeped me out. Perhaps the mention of Katie Couric.

  599. renee says:

    woohoo! i’m in.

  600. MadWomanMeg says:

    This is a great idea. I’m in! And thanks to Backpacking Dad for directing me (and probably a bunch of others) over here!

  601. Katy says:

    This is brilliant!!! I want in!!

  602. Backpacking dad sent me… i’m in!

    Let me know what I need to do!

  603. J says:

    Backpacking Dad sent me, too! I’m happy to have Heather!!!!

  604. mandy says:

    This fascinates me… particularly the reasons for doing it.

  605. Average Jane says:

    I’d be interested in getting back in on this. Back when I signed up the first time, the person I interviewed only put hers up for a millisecond then took it back down. The person who was supposed to interview me never sent me any questions.

  606. Sounds great. I’d love to join in.

  607. I’d really like to be a part of it. Sounds like an awesome method of procrastination, and I’m always looking for those.

    Count me in.

  608. Ok, because all the other kids are doing it, I’ll totally throw myself under the bus too! Bring it on.

  609. Wabi Sabi Me says:

    Ditto — the bus, backpack dad and bring it!

  610. Foz Meadows says:

    Why the hell not? I followed the link from Backpacking Dad, and viola! Here I am. :)

  611. Dr. Heather says:

    So, who wants to take a chance and be interviewed by a SHRINK? (I promise not to ask about your mother.)

    Although it goes against my shrinky grain, I will certainly answer questions too, if anyone’s interested!

  612. Kerrie says:

    Sounds fun. I’m in.

  613. Carmen says:

    I’m in. Tired, but in.

  614. This is so cool. I am in.

  615. Amanda says:

    Ooh! I’m in too!

  616. Mary Beth says:

    It’s been quite a while since I interviewed anyone but this sounds like fun. Who gets to interview you?

  617. Definitely! But i’ve got a hard time following logic…
    So, I’m to wait until the person after me comments, then interview that person?
    Don’t answer. I’ll figure it out.

  618. Neil says:


    yes san diego momma –

    contact the person above you to interview you. Hopefully the person below you will contact you. Or contact them first. Anyway you want. Any problems, contact me.

  619. Oh, the things I will do if a good looking guy tells me to… It is all BPD’s fault.

  620. amy says:

    I love this idea! i am so in. Contact me next person and let’s play!

  621. Ry says:

    Wow! What an incredible idea! I can’t wait to get started!

  622. Elisa says:

    This is a brilliant idea! I’m in! Interviewer, interviewee… I’ll do it, just pair me up! (Genius, man. Seriously.)

  623. Sam says:

    I think this idea is bangin’. I’m all for it! :-)

    x x

  624. Birdie says:

    I’m in! Yeah! I’m most excited to see who signs up below me, who I get to meet and “hang out” with, tell their story.

  625. Merie says:

    I can’t believe it took so long for me to hear about this – what a cool idea!

  626. Jason says:

    Yes, please. I’ve interviewed others on my site, and frankly I want some of that action.

  627. Brilliant idea. I’m in…

  628. sheila says:

    Pretty cool. I have not been interviewed before except for as a job candidate!

  629. ali says:

    oh I want to play!

  630. miriam says:

    I don’t have time to read all 730 comments, but I wonder if anyone attributed the poem to Emily Dickinson, who wrote it. I’m a librarian. We think things like that are important.

  631. So THIS is what you are doing when I have to live my real life and run out to Target in the evening.

    I am SO late, but still want to get in on this, if possible. I will be gone to summer camp (I know, right?) all week long, but would love to pick up when I get back.

    let me know.


  632. Eliza says:

    Is this still continuing? If so, I´m game.

  633. Nina says:

    This is the kind of stuff I live for! Oh, and loved the post on 3 course dessert. I was the official grapefruit sectioner in my family…that was the beginning of nearly every dinner. Where DID these 50’s moms get such fancy ideas, especially considering their parents were immigrants coming out of poverty in Europe.

  634. This is pretty much a dream come true. I want to feel cool so count me in.

  635. amanda says:

    Fascinating. Would love the chance.

  636. Corina says:

    Love this idea! I only just started blogging in late May, but I love it….. Interesting!

  637. Okay, I’m in! I love this idea.

  638. Jack says:

    Ok, Marinka’s interview is now live.

  639. Sus says:

    This looks like fun! I want in.

  640. jess says:

    Ooh, fun, count me in!

  641. janelle says:

    this sounds fun…can i play too?

  642. Love this idea. Please count me in :o)

  643. califmom says:

    Extraordinarily late, but in. If you’ll have me.

  644. laurie says:

    I need an assignment, pleasssseeeee…

  645. Trueself says:

    Having read about this over on Redneck Mommy’s blog, I have to say “Yes! Interview me!”

  646. Meg says:

    This sounds great! I’m in.

  647. preTzel says:

    Holy shit! That’s a lot of comments and people to be interviewed. That being said I’d love to be interviewed and maybe have a chance at interviewing someone else.

  648. PAPA says:

    Wow, looks like I may be interviewing myself. Is there anyone left?
    Bring it on…even if it’s 2009!

  649. Velma says:

    PEER PRESSURE!!! I can’t take it anymore… I’m in.

  650. GinH says:

    Sounds fun! Just started blogging, but have been lurking for a while on others’. But you said everybody is somebody here *sniff* so I wanna be somebody.

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  653. Monica says:

    I’m in Neil. *do it, do it, she says to herself*

    You’re the best.

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  655. This is incredible! I found you through Oh The Joys and I’m totally intrigued!!

  656. veep veep says:

    I play well with others.

    Count me in.

  657. Jennifer H says:

    Well, I’m in.

    I’ve heard about this (and just read an interview tonight). Very cool.

  658. Da Goddess says:

    I’d love to play!

  659. Kate says:

    Love this idea! Can’t wait.

  660. myra says:

    late to the party, but count me in too!

  661. jennifer says:

    hope i’m not too late!

  662. Patrice says:

    Is it too late to join in? This looks like fun…

  663. Cynthia says:

    Heck, I think I wanna do this too!

  664. ilinap says:

    Oh, bring it on! I’m in. Definitely in.

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  666. Stephanie says:

    This sounds like fun, count me in too.

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  670. Shannon says:

    I’m totally a joiner. :)

  671. Laurie says:

    Me too! This looks fun, plus it’s kind of genius.

  672. Dianna says:

    Sounds kind of cheesy, but I just read Carmen’s (Mom to the Screaming Masses) blog and so, can I play too???

  673. Mauzy says:

    Can’t wait for the questions!

  674. melanie says:

    can we do it a second time? or is that “forbidden?” I will go another round.

  675. See? *cough* Not too late to play.

  676. Headless Mom says:

    I’ll throw my hat into the ring….

  677. Mary (MPJ) says:

    I’m here through Send Chocolate, and I love to have people ask me questions. I’m not so good at the asking of questions, but I’ll give it a whirl!

  678. Maia says:

    What a cool experiment/ project! I’m interested in participating.

  679. Sherendipity says:

    I might have to throw my hat in the ring again because I’m really impatient and haven’t been contacted for an interview yet. And that means that I can interview again, right?? Schweet.

  680. KaritaG says:

    I’m interested in interviewing (and being interviewed)! What a rad idea!

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  682. Emily says:

    This is a great idea. I would love to be interviewed as well as interview someone. Sign me up!

  683. Actually, this scares the crap out of me. So, sign me up!

  684. Dollymama says:

    I’d love to get involved in this. Sounds like fun!

  685. fantastic idea! linked from Unmitigated and happy i followed the link!

  686. Anne says:

    Very cool idea. I’d love to participate!

  687. elfini says:

    I don’t know how I got here…
    Sign me up.

  688. Can I play? I promise I’ll be good. I promise.

  689. onlyme says:

    I would like to play too please.

  690. Chris says:

    Look, I don’t get enough attention anymore. So interview me. I want it to be all about me right now!!!! Uh…please?

  691. Jamie says:

    I’d like to believe I’m somebody, so please add me to the list, thanks so much…

  692. Oooooooo, pick me, too, please. It’s a Self-Esteem Boost meets Pay-It-Forward double whammy. Love It.

  693. Jen says:

    I would love to participate!
    Can I, Please?

  694. Alix says:

    Brilliant. I can’t wait!

  695. Sisyphesse says:

    Well, if Hope is still the last on the list, have at me!

    This is an amazing project.

  696. Debbie says:

    I would love to participate. Let me know if I am in :)

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  698. Stacey says:

    Always late to the party, I’m just reading about this now. May I participate?

  699. mamikaze says:

    better late than never? I hope. From the looks of that list, Bristol Palin will give birth before my name comes up.

  700. MargauxMeade says:

    I’d love to participate.

  701. Rachel says:

    Is it too late to get in on this? Sounds like a blast!

  702. Jennifer says:

    Me! Me! Me! (It will be years before it gets to me.) Me! Me! Me!

  703. Lady Fi says:

    Hey .. I want to jump on the bandwagon too and interview and be inteviewed!

    Great intiative Neil!

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  707. Add me to the list! You know so like in 2050 I’ll get interviewed.

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  709. 52 Faces says:

    Woah. How late am I?

    I’m in! See Brenda and the rest in 2050!

  710. I’m late, but I’m in.

  711. Kris Smith says:

    Better late than never, right? My parents forbade me from majoring in Mass Communications, so this is my only shot at justice! Interview me and I’ll tell you what I ended up doing with my life!

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  714. blake says:

    I like this alter ego. Talking penises…you’re funny.

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  716. Why am I so nervous about this? And why do I feel the need both to apologize and to leave credentials?

    Count me in. Mostly I want to interview someone.

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  718. Consumerista says:

    I love this idea (and your blog), would really enjoy being part of it if it’s still going strong after all this time!

  719. This sounds like a lot of fun. i’m in.

  720. headbang8 says:

    Now, I conducted what I thought was a highly sensitive interview some time ago, but the lady who was supposed to interview me flaked out.

    So, CarrieN, do your worst!

    By the way, Neil. Are you slacking off in the Jewish mother role, here?

  721. perde says:

    I love this idea (and your blog), would really enjoy being part of it if it’s still going strong after all this time!

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  724. stellaf says:

    It is such a nice stuff and I really like it. Thank you so much for sharing.

    Cv interview questions

  725. Sounds like a blast! Count me in! I’m open…ask me anything!

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  727. Jack says:

    Still hanging around.

  728. eliz says:

    Is this still a go? Sign me up.

  729. alibabuna says:

    erotic thundercat art
    breast cancer in the 1980 s

  730. Clara says:

    This sounds like a ton of fun…sign me up if this is still going on.

  731. Jack says:

    The project is sputtering, but not quite dead yet.

  732. Caron says:

    I would like to participate! I hope this keeps going.

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  735. Neil says:

    Hold off on adding any more names right now.


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  739. high equity says:

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