I'd delete, but I'm waiting for some work emails to further direct me on my quest to actually do some work, so I thought I might as well clear out my email as I wait...
Here are things that we can Google together...
1. "tape findings" - this is a cool little site of an odd fellow's collection of recordings on tape that he found while rummaging through his victims houses. Now other serial killers can send in their mp3's of their tapes, too. I believe I've only listened to one angry tape, but I plan to listen to more... when I have time to listen to recordings of stuff... for fun...
2. "socialzr" - wow, no wonder I saved this site. It's one of those poorly designed sites that you just adore because it screams at your all, "rawr, I don't want you to actually feel comfortable about this site at all, instead I want to make you so uncomfortable that you just save the name of the site and come back to it over a year later to see if you really need it, only to realize that you don't and probably won't ever need it because you're a loser who can't handle busy layouts and you don't have enough friends for a party... rawr." Yes, well, if YOU actually plan parties... or have friends, you might be interested in this site. It's a free online invitation, party planning and event sharing site, but it's better than all the others because it dropped an all important vowel!
3. "eSnowglobe app" - I'll admit that when I first saw this note I said to myself, "Caitlin, you couldn't have possibly have saved a flimsy application for an interactive Snow Globe, could you? I mean, and save it for a whole year? That'd be ridiculous." Then I googled it. And I sighed. Then I clicked on the link and saw a sweet looking Snow Man smiling back at me... and then I threw up blood.
It's okay though, I wiped it away with my shirt... I was going to throw it out anyway.
4. "iFeelNYC" - this link takes you to ifeelnyc.com/buggered, which I thought was rather comical until I saw that the site is actually buggered and has gone back into development. I remember when it was actually available to look at, it was quite cool. You could select a mood and this nifty site would tell you where in New York (and maybe, in the future, the world) would best suit your mood. So, I'm sure that if you said "happy" it wouldn't lead you to a dive-bar on Avenue B, but maybe Chelsea. If you said, "sexual", maybe it would also lead you to Chelsea... I don't know. We may never know, but you can follow the team/Andy the Loner(?) on Twitter for updates. IT'S IMPORTANT TO ALWAYS BE THE FIRST TO KNOW, GUYS. ALWAYS BE THE FIRST TO KNOW.
5. "wrongcards" - these cards are inappropriate for almost every occasion. I could have said 'wrong', but then it'd be like I had just read the tagline for the website and hadn't investigated it at all... which I have, jerk. If you still have a lot of passive-aggression towards your sickly grandmother, who is fighting for her life, for throwing away your "baby version" tamigotchi when you were 8, you would do well to send her a card from this site. I like the one with the dead clown.
Maybe your Mum had too many boyfriends or maybe your Dad hit you in the face one time, but it's okay, you don't need therapy because he bought you your first beer and you really love him.
Maybe your brother ripped down your poster of the cast of The O.C. that was really pretty because it was on "front cover magazine-like" paper, but his birthday is coming up and you can't afford the postage because you're too busy buying DVD box sets of your favourite cartoons when you were young... The answers are all here. E-cards are the way because you stopped using you pen for writing... even though Bic tattoo's are totally 1998, just FYI.
Oh, those jerks I work with finally emailed me back. Best get back to the job that I just love so much better than sitting in bed all day touching myself.
The Library Has Flies In It and This Table Is Reserved For Teens From 2pm to Closing.