“the human spirit must prevail over technology.” // a. einstein
prior to meeting my husband, i was a plain-jane, ibm-cube desktop, windows-working, dial-up modem.
anything and everything tech at that time, made those squealing, high-pitched dins – reminding me that there was something better to do than wait the roughly six and a half minutes it took to get online. because, let’s be honest, no good ever came from hanging out in an aol chat-room, and those geocities sites were bound to induce a seizure. the only thing from that time that remains, is the handle i chose – misshoax. i’d give you the backstory, but i fear i’d immediately combust from sheer humiliation.
six weeks after i started dating my husband, (the very-definition of an early-adopter – his family owned a mac plus in 1986), and he wooed me into the purchase of a sleek and polished gem of a laptop – a white, mac ibook.
there was no turning back – i hadn’t realized the allure, the seductive power of white keys in a clam-shell case, of blue ethernet cables and the limitless possibility of the internet. since then it has taken me everywhere – therefore, it’s no surprise that since every single pixel of my life has been touched by tech, that my skin would then demand the same bit rate as the rest of my life.
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