Things Computers Mean We Can Say (II).

March 23, 2010 § Leave a comment

She was already having one of those I typed your name into what I thought was the search bar & it ended up as my Facebook status kind of days.


Some thoughts making little guilty holes like I didn’t really read the stuff in my Google reader but I still marked all as read.


The regret-swarm, old familiar, like I just downloaded an album & dragged it into iTunes before I realized it was automatically imported but there’s no way to undo it or even to sort it into two albums & delete one of them in a chunk so I’m going to have to manually delete the duplicate tracks one by one by one.


Once he looked at her like do you want Firefox to remember your password.


Now everything’s all word verification: please type the characters you see in the picture above.


It’s getting too Oops!  Too many tweets inside her brain.


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