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And now for the next 1 week my husband is going to live in it too..Sigh!
(How in the world did we manage, before the internet happened?)

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  1. Happy Mother's Day!

    ... and no, I really can't IMAGINE the world without the internet!

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  2. I remember what it was like before computers.

    I didn't know you.

    Now I do. And I am gladdened.

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  3. what was it like before internet? well...it was world full of arrogant postmen and encyclopedias. The postmen knew that they are the only way you can maintain a long distance relationship... encyclopedias were the only way to get all the info you need without going through a lot of trouble.

    Then...it arrived. The internet. It humbled the postmen(though not all) and encyclopedias became equivalent to mere trophies to be displayed to guests.

    P.S., no, not your name, the other P.S., I am not actually back to blogging yet,just coming to update that art blog...
    its a new blog, like a small baby, needs to be fed or it shall die.
    Off I go... 4 days...

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  4. Before the internet there were no mobile phones.

    People were much less annoyed on buses.

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  5. I started using computer only after june 2006,now it has become difficult to live without it.

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  6. Wait, what? Gah, haven't had enough coffee to understand what you're saying...

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  7. I know! I love, love, love the Internet. :)
    I hope the week will fly by for you.

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  8. Without the internet I would not have made contact with many of the people that are now part of my routine. I like to drop by and 'see' people like you! In this way it enriches our lives even if it makes other parts more frustrating at times!

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  9. ps,
    sumting which i ponder over too..n its thr truest at this point for me.. all my friends n fly live in it :)

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  10. The inter web thingy is now so much a part of our lives ..we take it for granted I think. I am a richer person in so many ways because of it..being able to cite you as one of my best friends though we have never met is the best thing..and it gets better..as there are others out there who I can not imagine living without their words and minds being active in my life and time!I am daily so greatful to be able to do this!

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  11. Eh, eh! Soon we might be able to feel and smell our friends through the net. Loved the cartoon :)

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  12. This afternoon we had a network failure. 1 hour later we all went home.

    I was so happy. :D

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  13. hey preeti....

    what a cool blogsite...

    Im gonna increase ur no:hits daily..

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  14. Hey Ramesh..Thank you! :)
    How did u figure out my name?! Do i know you?(ramesh is such a common name--just as preeti is)

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  15. this reminds of the time when husband ws in US n i ws in b'lore coz of our jobs...internet is a blessing tht way..

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