January 15, 2004
I'm not SUPER protective about my identity or anything. I mean, lots of people I know in real life do read this blog and I do have pictures of me all over the place. You all know where I live and where I work and all those sorts of details. If you look hard enough, you could probably even figure out the real names of some of the characters mentioned in my posts. (Although I rotate nicknames, switch genders, and change details to keep things lively.)
But you don't know the specifics. I suppose you could find out if you were determined about it, but I like to put up a few barriers to keep the popparazzi from swarming. You know how it is.
So, my question to other bloggers similarly inclined to maintaining their privacy: How can I set up a paypal link and an Amazon Wishlist so that it won't show the world my real name and address? Is that even possible?
Ok that's two questions.
Obviously, I'm greedy and I want people to give me money and presents, but I need a little help because I'm also lazy.
Can't anyone give some advice to Dr. T. Givens for once?
The answer to the Amazon part of your question is easy. Go to "Your Account," change your name, and make sure your address is hidden to others. PayPal, though, would require setting up an e-mail account of your "alias" to which people could send money. You would have to register actual information with PayPal, but you could chose to display as your name "Second F. Hander" or anything you like.
I'm assuming, of course, that you're not going to use any of this information to do anything illegal, or attempt to desire the unearned because I know you're a Good Objectivist and, as such, wouldn't do such a thing. Aren't you, mister.
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