April 29, 2008

Interviewed by Boris of thenextweb.org

Posted in 1 at 4:55 pm by filledeloyer

After seeing my blog post featuring his photo, Boris of thenextweb.org kindly contacted me to find out a little more about my experience as an escort in the tech world.

You can read the interview here.



  1. Giri said,

    I read the interview and was impressed.. and hence tweet following u…

  2. Matthom said,

    After reading this article, I really don’t know what to think. I mean, what are you really trying to accomplish by combining your profession into the technology realm? Are you a relationship healer? Why do you care if other women know or can understand their man paying for sex?

    Don’t get me wrong, I respect anybody and everybody that publishes content in any way. I’m just having a hard time understanding where you’re trying to go with it.

    I do agree that Twitter is used by people trying to promote themselves. But some people use it just to learn more about other’s lives. To keep in touch. You may not think that someone tweeting about what they ate for dinner is useful, but to many it is. I like knowing intricate details of one’s life. Someone once said, Twitter is what goes on between blog posts.

    Anyway, I don’t mean to be rude or confrontational in any way. I’m just hearing more and more about you in different social networks here and there – and it’s hard not to weigh in with opinions. Is this is a real, genuine person who can ADD value to the blogosphere by sharing her experiences, or is it all just a cover for an attempt at instant celebrity status?

    You tell me.

  3. filledeloyer said,

    What I’ll tell you is that there will be some people who will find this of value. Whether it’s purely entertainment value, or a more in depth understanding of the human condition.

    You’re entitled to your opinion and I’m entitled to mine. It’s very simple. If people can blog about gaming or food,or marketing or technology then I can blog about my experiences as an escort. I don’t know why you would require me to label myself as anything.

    I was contacted by nextweb.org to be interviewed. If you don’t understand how he decided I warranted any interest, perhaps you should take it up with him?

    Fille x

  4. John said,

    You know you’ve really arrived when Valleywag starts talking smack about you. Well done Fille. 😉

  5. Neoidiot said,

    As you well know, technology has come a long way and the anonymity of the internet is not what it used to be. You realize that despite your precautions, now that you’re blogging all of this, it’s not going to be all that hard to find out who you are. I’m not particularly interested in investing the effort, but someone might be. It would just be sad to see your plans derailed when your cover is blown. I would prefer not to find out, ya know? 🙂

    One tip: avoid posting pics taken from your camera at technology conferences.

  6. filledeloyer said,

    @neoidiot hmmm. noted. i’m sure anybody who took the trouble to track EXIF data would be very frustrated after all that searching to find out it wasn’t taken with my camera. And aren’t proxy servers wonderful things? x

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