The connectivity of the internet amazes me. Billions of seemingly unconnected pieces of data floating around in stacks of servers housed in warehouses and basements that contain the sum knowledge of the interwebs. Whirling and buzzing as they share and distribute everything from NSA classified material, to memes of Miley Cirus twerking, to the post you’re reading now.
There’s just a ton of stuff out there. So much, that a lot of it seems to get lost, or if not lost, maybe disconnected. Things get shared, moved, and posted in other locations so frequently that it’s very rare that you know the origin of any piece of information or photo that you find and share on the internet. But with all that connectivity, on occasion an internet artifact and its story gets reconnected. Here is a prime example.
In June of 2012 I wrote a some what tongue-in-check post about…
View original post 1,040 more words