My brand new notepad is waiting for 2009: pristine enticingly empty. Before the old notepad is deposited on the shelf, I’ve selected a few of the more important notes, the ones I wish to carry over to 2009.
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One of the intriguing aspects of digeracy is the meandering, serpentine path one walks when searching online. In the world of digital objects, mirrors, hidden paths, trapdoors, false walls and conceptual doppelgangers, a simple search can lead one to new, often uncharted territories. In the old days, one had to get a ship & crew, [...]