People often respond to messages or posts with animated gifts. It's so common now, but it's hard to imagine what the equivalent would've been during conversations back in, say, the 90s. I can only imagine:
Tough (but fair)
Recently, I used Google to search for “alternatives to Google”. What a weird thing. It’s a bit like going into Walmart, walking up to an associate and saying, “Can you tell me where the nearestTarget is? And can you give me a ride there? This place gives me the creeps.”
“I’m thinking you don’t belong here”
Captchas, those annoying “prove you’re not a robot” tests that many websites require to show you belong there, are something that have no analogue in the pre-digital age, or at least none that I can think of. I don’t ever recall trying to enter, say, my gym back in the 90’s and having someone (likely … Continue reading “I’m thinking you don’t belong here”
It was musty, but it was magical!
“ . . . that musty, small-town video shop set up in the dining room of an old house where someone was likely murdered.”