I've gone back to my first love browser. Yes, we were apart for many months, but he still held on to the memories of all the places we'd explored together. Those were the days of heavy Stumble Upon dependency and reckless bookmarking. In an effort to purge a few of those memories, I offer you a linktastic foray into our broken relationship. Sometimes you may ask, "Why? Why?" To that I can only answer, "Why not?"
Kuku Klock is an online alarm clock that functions even when the internet connection has severed. Aside from the ever-impressive notion of time, for me, it was all about waking up to the Slayer guitar riff.
This link's bookmark: The Death Clock - When Am I Going to Die? peers out at me between Holiday and Seasonal Wallpapers and Charles Williams's Coffin Telephone as research for my last novel. I avoided the death clock, but knew it was ever-present in our relationship. Much like a beloved's offensive foot odor, but well, worse.
My first love browser accepted my love for cats unconditionally, linking me far beyond the i can has cheezburgers he'd shown others. He taught me the true nature of a feline.
He knew two of my passions: time travel novels and left-brained, near-OCD organization and he surprised me one day with the most treasured of gifts: a romance-genre-friendly list of recent time travels broken into subgenres of the subgenre. I can still remember the palpitations of that day.
Some of the links are broken now. The memory labeled "Arborville Station, Colorado" is dead, but we'll always have Celebrity Time Travel to remember the good times.
Revive a link from your favorites list and tell us about it here. It's like internet group therapy, with the added risk of getting RickRolled.