Do the Whistle

The whistle keeps me turning. There’s something funny about a whistle. It draws attention to oneself. No matter who is doing the it. And for the past few nights, the whistle’s kept me turning. I can’t sleep. The whistling keeps me up. Except this one’s to a tune. One to which I can finish the […]

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Thailogue: Where Person and Computer Memory Collide.

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Thai - May '08 012-2

"Thái"–verb (used with object): to slice into thin segments. (Origin: Vietnamese)

Thailogue began a many years past as a filing cabinet in which I could tuck away dramaticized reditions of my otherwise banal dailies. It has since evolved into my personal corkboard of useless everythings.

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