#MicroblogMondays 80: Open Webpages
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I have an article on L’Inconnue de la Seine open in the Internet browser on my phone. It has been there for days. The article itself made me so sad, and then it felt wrong to close the page, as if doing so somehow diminished this nameless woman’s life as much as turning her into death mask. Or Rescue Annie.
There are dozens of other open searches, from a pinball machine to a video on how to find all the minikits in one of the LEGO Dimension levels to the lyrics of a song I was trying to remember a few weeks ago. And those are just the open pages on my phone. Please, let’s not even go into all the tabs I have open on the computer full of random things I’ve looked up this week and never closed.
Do you leave web pages open for days? Which ones are currently open on your phone or computer browser because you looked up something and never closed the tab?
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