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Today’s Web Laureate Classic Insight into last Saturday’s poem…

Web Laureate Classic: "YawnLog: Pandiculation"

All

indentations to symbolize the rough edges and simultaneously prove as a tool, a guide, in understanding the underlying structure of the ideas and concepts within, which structured oddly can be difficult to understand the complex grouping of words and phrases, even with the carefully placed commas

Day

all lines have 4 syllables; the key line that most directly references the product and too is linked to the corresponding website (other link ‘in its glory’)

Long

seeming waves within the poem are representative of the sleep cycle – from awake to asleep and all in between

the title was picked to further reinforce the roughness, yet harmony present in all such repetitive, enjoyable activities as sleep

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Today’s Web Laureate Classic Insight into last Sunday’s poem…

MixedInk: by myself sometimes good old hard work isn’t enough

-with-

in style like that of the oft marked up grade paper or revised word document, this poem, too was written, in less than simple simple rhyme

-so-

written to be read without the crossed out words. crossed out words appropriately replaced with more accurate alternatives (generally oposite). crossed out words, that when put in sequence of the poem, bolstering the theme of not working along, but working together, democratically, as both the poem and product describe-provide.

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Today’s Web Laureate Classic Insight into last Friday’s poem…

evite: tonight — EXCLUSIVE party

no ,

not the best looking event, party planning pages, but they do the trick; one may wonder just how much of the clumsy and ugly with the many other event sites online today are people willing to overlook where and when that basic functionality is still there, working, and in place

, pretty

good did I try to capture the excitement of the impending last minute invitation — to that maybe magical of parties TONIGHT

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Today’s Web Laureate Classic Insight into last Sunday’s poem…

Microsoft: HorizonS (P1)

No

Not too long after Vista (=Horizon) came out people began looking beyond… with its new slowness and driver incompatibilities… would this part 1 (P1) , mark the first chapter in the novel of the end?

More

Uncertainty ruled the day, would it be the SP1 (=S (P1) ) the corrected the operating system or some other web-based OS that finally changed it all?

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Today’s Web Laureate Classic Insight into last Saturday’s poem…

Craigslist: Wanted: table with a view

often

you will find on craigslist both fun and interesting posts; everywhere from a things, a table, to help, moving, transportation, to relationships,,, and more

so

next time why not shoot for the moon, the craigslist complete, why not combine the material with those matters of the heart,,, find them both together

more than a table, more than one with a view, correctly priced, browsed and discussed — with that extra bit of happiness, perhaps a SM to pair with this SAF

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Today’s Web Laureate Classic Insight into last Friday’s poem…

Plurk: The Plurks are Flying

— immediacy

of now, today, the driving force, so driven, in this urgently brief work

— with

twitter competing with developers of some of the coolest twitter clients many are reconsidering their commitment to the twitter platform and begs the question, should we all start considering other microblogging services?

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Today’s Web Laureate Classic Insight into last Saturday’s poem…

WISIA: Not What I Asked

crowd–

often better than my friends — through the collective, cooperative answering of questions posed to this product, wisia.us once provided was early answers gleaned from the cumulative wisdom of all

–source

capturing the confusion and fun of fast paced questioning and answering, this poem captured best a whimsical q&a I had had with some friends, and the goofy twists and turns it took; in stark contrast to the more useful ones that wisia took when traveling the some inquisitions, shown via the links, that now seem to link to a website now gone

if only there were some crowd to pose the question to — where has wisia gone? 😉

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Today’s Web Laureate Classic Insight into last Friday’s poem…

Uncoverr: Old Fashioned Book

burried…

in a poetic work of how a certain type of book, technical and programming, will / may bring out the end of books themselves, at least in the form and fashion most immediately familiar, the service, uncoverred, whose purpose was to delivery these very techy books — itself has been found now vanished… purpose concluded?

rrespectfully…

in light of recent consumer device news, one must ask oneself…will the ipad end up making all books — old fashioned? what more timely than a look back at a poetic work that paid its respects to that old-old fashioned book — a good old book for those hoping to create the replacement to the good old book

written in anapaestic verse – style and structure chosen to give a sense of speed and the inevitability (of future and change) – as of something being pulled by force of gravity

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Today’s Web Laureate Classic Insight into last Friday’s poem…

Bebo | AOL

It…

in 2008, the march of that year, people applauded, many did cheer, of a joining, a partnership, an acquisitional marriage, by aol to bebo; nary but i did so (most presciently) disparage

…Again

i wrote of expected un-bliss, missteps so made, foreboding abyss. at the time bebo was strong, growing in popularity, founded in the town of maindenhead of the uk. but as was clear to me, and very few others, that which aol frequently touched… it smothers; or perhaps from neglect, it matters no more, for aol has now said of bebo it will soon be closing the door

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Oh Bebo – a social network it is said,
Rose up and grew in Maidenhead (UK).

It was a company of such great promise,
It was a company that will surely be missed.
Oh and alas… BE-BO!

Oh Bebo – a social network it is said,
Its end is near… It’s nearly dead.

A-O-L has bought this company,
A-O-L has a long-long history,
Oh and alas… BE-BO!

Oh Bebo a social network it is said,
Enticed and seduced the great big AOL head.

It will not be for too much more from now,
It will not be long before they do disavow,
Oh and alas… There was B-E-B-O!

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originally conceived March 13, 2008

Reminder: insights and solutions to mysteries within will be posted next week. in the meantime, I would love to know your thoughts and what meaning, puzzle, riddle, hidden or otherwise you are able to glean from this piece

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