Tag Archives: computers

This is not like it, the visions

    This is not like it, the visions of a gradeschooler who too willingly would have traded for a twitching butterfly his balding, if not for the tonic, schoolmaster: The boy now man cannot see the adult, his dreamer’s … Continue reading

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‘Wait Till This …’

savant flicks the switch tenderly as a flower would curl in the leaking secrecy of dawn, computer breathes with the breaking lights the chatter and purr of the new breed of animals, the human-god speaks odyssey of colloid and crystal, … Continue reading

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when hypermedia exceeds the hyperbole

online      the scape of my mind no sun can ever divine. shine. online. sublime.   © copyright ssj nov. 2016 WordPress Daily Prompt Challenge: Hyperbole

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mirror, mirror

mirror mirror on the wall: who is monitoring my calls, my emails and my fb wall? © copyright ssj nov. 2013 ____________ Author’s Note: On 12 November 1990, the World Wide Web was formally proposed as a project called “WorldWideWeb”[1] … Continue reading

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