A large portion of my life has transitioned to the computer. With it now being the main access point to the outside world at large, it sometimes feels like a thing of chaos, an uncontrollable drive into some foaming conspiratorial seizure. An infinite toggle of content content content content content.
Then I look outside my window and the sun is shining in, birds are jumping around outside.
I remember my own choices. And I think about my impulses and how I let them dictate my Internet use. And I think about a wonderful little email I received from a friend, and a free book I found on archive.org, and phenomenal movie I just watched that is lingering around me, all lingering around me.
– Thad Higa