How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

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With this post, with these letters, I reconsecrate this place.

This journal, the communities of which I am a memeber, my friends page, and those whom I am on the friends pages of, and all other permutations of connections here involving me were undertaken for one reason only.

To create a living, breathing, evolving copy of myself in the digital aeyther. This isn't just a compilation of my days, this is me. I wanted my interactions here to form a life, to form my life. Because I want people to see, to understand, I want my part of the human condition to be out there, where anyone who wants to can see it.

This is me.

I am me.

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