Ever noticed the Internet was a small place?
I got an e-mail this morning from Meryl inviting me to join Friendster. I signed up, strolled around the network of friends-of-friends-of-friends.
And then I saw the word “Lausanne“.
Denise got married to Charles last August in Lausanne.
The Internet is a small place. You are never far from anywhere or anyone.
- Lift09 — James Gillies — How the Web awas Born: Stories from a scribe [en] (2009)
- Travel Adrenalin Rush [en] (2007)
- First day offline [en] (2008)
- Paroles [en] (2001)
- Paypal Scam Nearly Got Me [en] (2004)
- Begonia Flowers [en] (2011)
- Unbelievable: Twitter Hides Partial Conversations AGAIN [en] (2009)
- L'affaire Milou [en] (2003)
- Here We Go Again [en] (2008)
- Mars III [en] (2003)
0 thoughts on “The Internet is a Small Place [en]”
remember me? j’ai un nouveau blog…
en ce moment, je crois que j’ai 3 fênetres ouvertes pour lire tes premières histoires au monde
des blogs. en effet, je préfère le target=_blank. mais comme on ne sait pas s’il a été choisi
par le webmaster, j’essaie d’ouvrir moi-même les liens en nouvelles fênetres.
heureuse anné 🙂
Not small enough so I can retrieve ANY information about ANY journalist friend of mine who
attended the same school than I did less than 5 years ago! You’d think journalists would be
more on the Internet than average people, but nooo! Or maybe that’s just French ones. Makes
that also applies to irc… the other day, I found out that me and another guy on a channel I
spend pretty much all my irc life had a friend in common… who turned out to be the brother
of another friend which I met a while ago on … a newsgroup about php 🙂
I must say I agree completly, it is nice to see people have blogs where they spread the same opinion you got.