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TorgoX (1933)

TorgoX
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Saturday May 28, 2005
12:59 AM

Constant

[ #24921 ]
Dear Log,

«Sterling's Law of Ubiquitous Computation:
First, your home is a constant, while the Net is a place you go; then the Net becomes a constant while your home is a place you go.»

-- Sterling's laws in the Edge's 2004 World Questions