Ok, the real idea extends to exclude anything but your
body, really. This would be a site for things that aren't
but they have some sort of life and lifespan because of
you. You could literally put anything you want up there.
Your t-shirt for god's sake.
Now, It appears that there
is a type of ownership that
must be excluded. That is, the owning of other people.
Cause then you could put 'your' sexytime partner on there
and we would just end up with a contorted version of the
original boring as fuck site.
Granted, a t-shirt's life is not as good as mine one would
hope. But, it occurs to me that there is a natural
to personify things and this just feels like the next step.
Let us consider a potential aid for this. Say you get your
laptop's profile up on notfacebook. Suddenly, something
goes wrong and where might you look for advice? Well,
where do you go for advice? Your friends, that's right. If
your laptop had friends on this site, then it could go
I am also aware of the catbook and dogbook applications
on facebook, though I am unaware of the idea extending
to inanimate objects.