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welcome, welcome. i feel naked without my gear, it’s a part of me. man-made, but perfect. like hair dye or a tattoo. it’s not for everyone, i guess, but it’s for me. sorry. i know, i’m uncomfortable, is all. i feel naked without my gear.
By Dagger URL on 03.28.2011
computers are digital. they create things out of nothing. we seen new colors and aspect of technology we didnt even know excited. i grew up in a time when digital changed the world. digital is life and you better get on board because you can be left behind really fady
By Sam on 03.28.2011
computer technology has finally taken over the world. once the cyber monkeys killed off the human race, the fight of the cenntury began.
By jacob mcadams URL on 03.28.2011
The bright and haunting screen
calls like a lover with an appetite.
I punch the keys
and each stroke
takes a little more of me.
It takes me in paragraphs.
By Destin URL on 03.28.2011
the digital clock was the only illumination in the room. unable to resist he stared in the face of his technological enemy. mocking him another night where he will get no sleep. leading to another day, miserable from how tired he has grown.
By may URL on 03.28.2011
Electronics bleeping through space. Connection and seperatism. Completely ethereal with foundations in real-life. Modern magic. How is it possible? I don’t know, but it’s just so fascinating I’ve never been able to tear myself away from the circuit board.
By Ashley URL on 03.28.2011
Digital, what does that mean? More like- what doesn’t it mean? Our entire world is digital now, and everything that ISN’T digital has lost meaning. No more do you see polaroids of that crazy night out, but their all online- digitally added to your Facebook. How sentimental…
By mackenzie on 03.28.2011
The word digital, it reminds me of Digimon, the television show about digital monsters. Thats my childhood unfortunately.
My life is sad.
By Maverick URL on 03.28.2011
Diggy Tal. Like a mushroom I suppose. Or an intensely handsome Arabian club boy. Never the less, it eats up our lives. All things diggy tal.
By Ethan Michael URL on 03.28.2011
A word that I do not really care about. My boyfriend does. It’s replaced bunny ears on tvs. It’s a form of camera. Makes me think of fingers. di geet al. yeah, that’s right. I do crazy shit when I’m tired. I should use my digital camera to take a picture of my crazy self. Maybe someday we won’t have digital anymore. Who cares?
By Sarah Slocum on 03.28.2011
Pixelated pixies dancing across my screen in the cool air that presses against my window like a thousand breaths of men, lonely, desperate. They moan and writhe against the panes of their computers, aching for the pixels just out of reach.
By J.D. Davis URL on 03.28.2011
computers suck. they suck my life out. they make me sad. all because the pictures i see and the people that are happy make me compare theres to mine. and in all my pictures, its just me. Me alone smiling making a silly face pretending to be happy. meanwhile all the world or just the one im in is just not so alone. as i am.
By lex on 03.28.2011
The letters on the digital screen glared at her through the darkness of her room. She stared at the her cell phone, wondering if that text she just received was from him. She couldn’t bear to put herself through the misery of being with him again, and yet she still wished that he was the one to disturb her that night.
By Caroline URL on 03.28.2011
my major? digital media. will i ever succeed? i won’t know for another few years. will everything turn out okay? i know it will.
By Megan URL on 03.28.2011
computer stuff. quick .fast. not analog. Its the future. science. watch. robots. a new age. and so on and so forth.
By dp on 03.28.2011
Like a camera? or like digital, like a computer? digital imagery is everywhere, i mean like you dont really see anything not digital do you?
By Beth on 03.28.2011
It is cool, it means that we are getting better with technology. I think of cameras. I love to take pictures. Pictures are my favorite way to express myself. This is a really fun thing. I wish we did this in english class. I love writing what comes to my mind. Almost out of time!
By Morgan Moss on 03.28.2011
it is the digital age we are in right now. what does that mean? it will always be the digital age. from now on, everything will be digital. so why are WE the ones who get the age? it is a comment on how history is written that we will be known as such, it is written with the point of view that what is happening now is totally dependent on what happened then and what comes after is so opaque and unknowable that we must act, examine, learn about the present so that we may know the past and hope for a future. without reflecting on the past, how are we supposed to even imagine a future for ourselves or even for our race.
By matt morgan URL on 03.28.2011
Life is interesting in the digital age. With all the new gadgets we have life is more complicated then simple. Yet these things are made to make life easier. I find it quite ironic. Don’t you?
By Anonymous on 03.28.2011
The first thing I think of is clocks. I love my digital clock. I live off that thing and checking what time it is. Everything is becoming digital now. It’s nice and convenient.
By holly on 03.28.2011
Everything is digital now a days. It’s so stupid. I mean, why can’t we just write hand written letters anymore? Everything is indirect ’cause of texting. It makes me sad, because you don’t know if the person’s lying or not. Or being real. It could be words made into lies. It’s really sad. I hate it.
By Danielle URL on 03.28.2011
The digital watch ticked away. How ironic it seemed, the watch was the same type and color as the one on his wrist. The bomb exploded.
By Alfred Sasser on 03.28.2011
it is the reason no one can talk to each other face to face anymore. technology killed the youth. it’s in your hand, your head, your heart, your mind, your being. but dammit, it is so addicting, isn’t it?
By ERIKA ORTIZ on 03.28.2011
digital digital get dowwwwwwwwwn just you and me
together on the digital screeeeen.
can we get connected?
i’ll call you on the phooone,
if you’re in the mood.
i forgot the rest of the words -_-
By brittany on 03.28.2011
digital media is awesome, it can take you anywhere. It brought me to this website that is making me write about the word “digital”. It’s cool and it is making me think of how good of a wri
By henry sorensen on 03.28.2011
what is real
in a way
it’s like you my dear
always hoping for something
By schweinerei on 03.28.2011
My mother fails at using all electronics. This upsets me greatly because, needless to say, I am in love with all electronics.
By Rose URL on 03.28.2011
My clock is the one keeping me awake right now, probably. Maybe it’s just the insomnia. Maybe its just the fact that I’m a writer, and every moment I try to sleep is plagued with a swarm of ideas, loud with the chatter of characters. If only writers had vampiric powers; they’d put them to good use if anyone could.
By Kat Vang URL on 03.28.2011
It could be a clock or a cell phone, but it’s more than that. It’s an era. Long lost is the analog stage of the human existence. Books and watches have been traded for laptops and cell phones. Personal contact has been stretched over airwaves.
By Tina Mihelich on 03.28.2011
It’s a digital age we live in. One where the wires between people are more important than the real life connections we make. We’re obsessed with our digital personalities, our digital education, and our digital being. It’s as if the depth to real spiritual and emotional connection is trumped by how much money we have for the latest device we use in a trivial effort at human connection.
By Jessica on 03.28.2011
digital clocks. analog clocks. i think of time and gadgets when i see the word digital. it’s an odd word in my opinion. an “i” on either side of the g.. odd. lol
By Brianne on 03.28.2011
“Digital is beautiful! It is expression, communication, language… freedom from solitude and silence… it is art.” she said, speaking with her hands.
By faraway URL on 03.28.2011
i hate how now we live life in a digital world. full of technology, people just miss the beauty of nature, when life was simple and beautiful. I miss the simplicity of life
By CJ on 03.28.2011
The numbers of the digital clock glared at me. They were judging me. Condemning me to another day of tired-eyed mediocrity. It was well past the hour where obtaining adequate sleep was achievable. Yet another day spent in a blurry-eyed daze.
By Amy URL on 03.28.2011
We live in a digital world now. It is good in a lot of ways, but hey, you can’t beat the crackle of a vinyl album over a clinical sounding CD. That said, I remember getting many a shock from my old record player. Ouch!
By Xylvablue on 03.28.2011
digital graphics. digital digital get down, just you and me. intergalactic. I took digital graphics in 11th grade at pearland high school
By Kelsey on 03.28.2011
I almost called him today. I had just finished my morning classes and was heading out to lunch, I almost called him to ask if he wanted me to pick up anything for him. I looked down at the phone, my fingers hovering over the ‘Send’ button for a good ten seconds before I could sapped it shut. I miss my brother. I miss him so much.
By Sam Winchester URL on 03.28.2011
We are totally in a digital age. What isn’t digital anymore? Kids can’t even read a regular clock with hands… Progress? hmm…
By jan on 03.28.2011
while we live in a digital world, nothing will ever replace or replicate the human touch. the ability to feel something with your hand or your heart. we try to replicate that feeling in so many times, but it always comes up short. you can’t replicate the feeling of the sand on your feet, the breeze coming off the ocean at sunset, the arm of your lover draped over you when you first wake up in the morning. the human touch is one of the simplest things and we take for granted every day. and yet with the all of the technology in the world we have today, nothing can replace something so simple as the touch of another person. don’t take it for granted because it can be gone so easily and so quickly. life is fragile and should be cherished every day, because one day you will be gone and all anyone will have of you are memories. so make sure the memories your loved ones have are awesome. and when they think of you, they smile because of how great you are before they get sad that you are no longer there to bring that smile to their face and their heart. be yourself, because nobody else can.
By Andy URL on 03.28.2011
My digital television stares back at me through its snowy and haunting eye. I lack the motivation to get up and change the channel. Today is just like yesterday.
By Fuzz on 03.28.2011
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