Some hours and sixty-three photos and massive rearranging later:
I remember when there was no gmail, when facebook was privy only to college kids, and most importantly, when people ONLY used xanga.
Now there are ridiculous amounts of browsing one must go through in order to keep in web-touch with all friends and acquaintances. Facebook, twitter, xanga, wordpress, blogger, tumblr. And I (the filthy hypocrite) am guilty of 5 out of 6, and am coming dangerously close to being guilty of the whole shebang.
It is 3:38 pm at work, I am here until 4, I have been out of work things to do since 1:30. And so I have begun to explore Tumblr. In my opinion, it’s kind of like a better, artsier Twitter, albeit without the real-time convenience. People are edgier and wittier on Tumblr, three fingers full of awesome quotes and fabulous photos.
But, as I have yet to begin my own collection of photographs, and have not the ability to unearth them on the ‘net, and like long sentences way too much, perhaps I shall hold out for a while longer.
ps.. I really like lookbook.nu
Part of the wonderfullness of shopping online is knowing that one day soon, there will be a rather large package in the mail with your name on it.
And so it was with this eager anticipation that I awaited my new laptop cover from Speck. It finally arrived yesterday, after a grueling five-day wait.
And it was not, unfortunately, what I paid for.
In my mind, it was supposed to be a soft, buttery shade of yellow. But it came looking like a rubbery, galoshy kind of yellow. Here, have a look.
So now I ask Boy to sell it for me so I can buy a good ‘ole sleeky, simple black. like a cat. meow.
Evidently I go through online mediums the same way I go through physical ones – a new notebook before the last one purchased is even halfway done. I suppose I have a nice little collection going on; let’s see how this one goes, shall we?