I Have To Tell The World
I have to tell the world what is going. I recorded this on Julie’s camera (sorry for not asking, Jules) when I first realized that I had to find a way to report my findings.
Since that day, I have learned so much about the hypertext Internet. I heard Jules talk about it man times, but only now am I learning the true power of this tool. It is bigger than the bulletin board systems we used to use for our electronic mail network. It is vastly more powerful than the mainframe systems I used to program. It reaches far more people than my ham radio equipment did – before I had to use it for parts.
As you might have noticed from my hypertext links, I have recently discovered the wikipedia researching tool. This morning I started reading about Ghosts. I have found this amazing hypertext Internet to be extremely distracting. While reading about Ghosts, I clicked on Angel. From there, Zoroastriansm. Then Mumbai. Then Wikimedia Commons. Then I started to get confused. Free information? Is the hypertext Internet some kind of cultural revolution?
No time, no time! This hypertext Internet is allowing me to tell all of you about my findings. However, I have such a headache. I spent so much time reading, I almost forgot what I am here for. Maybe it would be better if I started going out into the real world to present my findings. But where? How? No time right now.
These videos I am posting, they must go out. Unfortunately, I am having trouble watching them. Everyone seems to be watching them just fine. I will trust that what Jules is sending me looks good. I can see and here bit and pieces, but it jumps around a lot. Please, if anyone knows how to fix it, tell me. It is not just my own videos, but all the videos in hypertext.