Tuesday, September 29, 2009

cyber adventures



Last night was the first time in a long while that I sat in front of the computer and clicked around le internet heading off into a cyber adventure.

Sometimes I think back and wonder what did I do before the internet?! I definitely think I watched a bit more TV, can't imagine I was reading much, though I probably daydreamed more. Do you remember what you did?

Photo credits: 1. The Cherrybomb Family, 2. Breakfast 4.9.09, 3. wearing the worms

P.S. Thank you for all the lovely zine comments yesterday :)

9 comments:

Little Waltz said...

I do believe I was reading a whole lot more, spending more time practicing my music, and actually reading the newspaper.

Rosie said...

Was there life before th internet???? I can't remember. I have a vague memory of something called books? TV? What's that (mine hasn't worked since last December). Love your blog.

Lyn said...

love the cherrybomb family :)

i was reading a lot(!!)
and studying too (i was a lil nerdy back then) ;)
now, there's a constant struggle of power between the internet and "everything else" :D

Kylie said...

Fabulous photos. I think I read a lot more and I know I was doing bigger projects, like sewing etc. I do miss the meditative time I used to have pre-blogging, but I love the inspiration that I find every day tied to this computer I guess. Great post :) K

Jodie said...

Readinf for sure and do more work (from work) at home..

little me. said...

I love those pictures, they are so cool.
xx

Diane said...

I definitely read a lot more novels before the Internet. I also didn't procrastinate as much on my homework. The Internet just provides too many distractions!

craftschmaft said...

I exceeded my download limit and had internet cut off last week - it was TORTURE! I ended up watching lots of stupid TV and wandered around the house at night in a daze. You would think I would do more crafting without the internet but it was the opposite. I think I may have even developed craftstipation (shocking I know). So the moral to the story is that the internet is good for you... keeps you "regular" as my nan used to say.

a little something... said...

i have no idea, i can't remember life without the internet...and start to have a panic attack if i can't connect to the net...is that sad? hmmm..