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February 13 2009

Help Eliza Dushku design her official MySpace profile. Joss and Eliza on video invite you to win a trip to California and show Eliza how to set up a profile on Myspace. Anybody?

The day has finally come. I now actually regret never having anything to do with MySpace.
Well, that looks neat. I, however, won't be doing that. I somehow managed to wipe out my entire Myspace layout with one click of my mouse.
Keep in mind the rules say it's open only to "legal residents of the fifty (50) United States and Washington D.C., who are at least eighteen (18) years of age or the age of legal majority in their state of primary residence at time of entry".
Ahhhh... I'm just learning how to use Facebook!
Yay, je ne regrette rien again (couldn't enter even if I hadn't avoided learning anything about MySpace).

(that's interesting BTW, I knew D.C. was technically not a state but for some reason it hadn't occurred to me that that meant there were 50 plus Washington D.C.)
Step 1: Skip MySpace. Step 2: Use Facebook. Damn, I cut the fun part out of the process.
Now if only she would get someone to help her bring BDP up past January of last year.
At least that's Web 1.0 or 'the proper web' as I call it [/curmudgeon].
This is perfect for me, as I have an addiction to making myspace layouts, hee!
This is hilarious. I love corporate synergy.
I agree with willbueche. I don't use MySpace or Facebook (Twitter for me, thanks. Viva brevity!), but I usually find MySpace pages difficult to look at. Of course, as always with these things, I hope a Whedonesquer wins.
This is perfect for me, as I have an addiction to making myspace layouts, hee!

Me too, but im not old enough, im only 16 dammit! ={ and i live in the UK

[ edited by gingyfromshrek on 2009-02-14 00:28 ]
I feel left out :/

I'm not a resident of the USA

But that kiss was too cute!
Not to be a picky pain in the butt - but I am - the contest rules state:

"To enter, Entrants must visit the Contest web site during the Submission Period by logging in to their MySpace profile and going to http://www.myspace.com/dollhouseonfox ("Website") and adding the Dollhouse profile as a friend."

The Fox on Dollhouse profile is already my friend, so I can't comply by now adding them "during the Submission Period."

Oh, nuts - who am I kidding? I can't design in myspace anyway. My own profile is the most rudimentary layout possible - it's just pink, is all. I get these pink urges now and then - probably 'cause I pretty much never get to use it in my work.

But still - I think maybe a lot of us who are on myspace at all have probably already befriended both dollhouseonfox and Eliza.

Alright, I'll shut up and go back to not reading any more Dollhoue reviews. 'Cause I can do that.

*kisses air*
QG, you know about the butterfly effect, right? With you and Eliza kissing air, gosh, the consequences alone are mindboggeling :o
Okay - this is cool, and fun.

Who wouldn't want to teach Eliza how to do Myspace?
If we're already in L.A., will they fly us the long way?

ETA: Krusher, I think we should all kiss the air at the same time and see what happens.

[ edited by QuoterGal on 2009-02-14 00:05 ]
QuoterGal,

I'm thinking people can friend them with a new myspace page that they are designing for Eliza. ElizaDushkufansite1 etc.
Er...doesn't eliza already have an offical myspace page?


http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewProfile&friendID=159278679


Anonymous1, the rules say:

"Entrants must then design/create and "re-skin" their own profile page into a user profile page for Eliza Dushku (the "Submission").

... so I'm thinking not.

and I think they say in the video that Eliza already has a page but she thinks it's boring - at least, for the purposes of this contest. ; >

ETA: I can't type for beans today.

[ edited by QuoterGal on 2009-02-14 00:18 ]
Cone, coner, conest - made perfect sense ;-).

ETA: Krusher, I think we should all kiss the air at the same time and see what happens.

Hey, we just got rid of the snow, we don't need it back again !
Aw, I just made your joke make less sense, Saje - sorry.

Let's go clean up the bodies in aisle 3.
Saje: Snow? A heatwave!
Yeah, it's probably hot to you guys. But then 500 feet above sea level is high to you guys - horses/courses ;-).

Aw, I just made your joke make less sense, Saje - sorry.

Yeah but you added an air of ineffable mystery ;).

(seriously, I actually like stuff like that - the little ephemera that won't make sense in a year to anyone that's not us and probably won't make sense to us in about twice that. No archivist will understand it because part of the sense of it is stored in our heads, see ? Cool I reckon. It's also possible that i've over-thought it slightly right enough ;)
OK, then, an air of ineffable mystery is nothing to be sneezed at.

And I lied earlier - my myspace profile is currently grey, not pink. I forgot I had an acute attack of Pink Sickness a while back. I got over it, but there was fallout.
"Now if only she would get someone to help her bring BDP up past January of last year."


Okay, am I the only one who immediately thought 'BDP' stands for 'Big Damn Profile'?

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