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Tue 10 Jul 2007


Category : Commentary/downloads.txt

Within 5 minutes of my putting up the Address Book Plug-In for download, there were two downloads.

And I see a horde coming in from Version Tracker right now for DNS Enabler. I've just updated it three hours ago. How does Version Tracker know? Is it a manual system or do they have a way to automatically track that I've updated my DNS Enabler page with a new version? I don't ever update Version Tracker myself anymore. I'd rather stick my head in the sand than read the reviews there.

But the point is - how can one ever feel alone? I can go hide myself in a cave somewhere, and as long as I have Internet access, I can feel that I'm jacked in to this collective mind. The Matrix exists.

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