Recently, I do my regular blog hopping while tiring my neck with left and right head turns making sure that no supervisor is lurking near me. They've been quite strict in the office lately.
I still check Alternati's blog despite being idle for almost a year now. I am always amazed by his impeccable talent at writing, and I read his posts like I've never read them before, well, specially if my name is in it, or if I was part of the story. It's amazing how the virtual world has kept those memories, complete with a date. It entices me to count years...and realize that it's been 2 or 3 something years since. I miss those days.
I've seen blogs with posts dated back to 5 years ago, and still active. When googling, I get to access files that were online since the late 90's.
I treasure every single picture I take with my camera that for backups, I save them in USB's, computer hard drive, and upload them to Friendster, Photobucket and Multiply. I've had terrible experiences with diskettes before and that makes me feel like there's a need for a lot of backups. I hope to see those photos, and read my blogs again years from now. I'm imagining my old self showing my kids a blog I've written or photos I've taken, years before they're even conceived.
Which makes me think, what if the internet will crash? Could that even be possible? Remember Y2K? What if all things that we have in the entire world wide web will disappear?
I'm imagining chaos.