Thursday, November 25

Meggers just posted an interesiting spot about what the internet does to us and how it affects us socially. It does seem kinda silly, because when you think about it, blogging is not only about reading other people's thoughts and experiences, but reading them because they are, quite possibly, better than your own. I have recently become obsessed with this Australian dude's blog because it not only is well written, but is also funny and human. I find it comforting to read that other people in different parts of the world experience the same stupid randomness that characterises life.
Basically I just love to know that if I'm having a shitty day, someone somewhere else might be having a similar shitty day. And I've had lots of shitty days lately, mostly due to my own stupidity, and not really relatable in a tangible way to others' shitty days, but, you know, it's all about being able to say, "I had a shitty day--you too?"
I'm not always like this, just a lot lately.