The End of the Internet

Oh, this is too cool! You guys are gonna be glad I couldn’t work in the studio today,
that I finished my library book,
and that the laundry is not dry enough to fold yet,
for I’m just playin’ around on the internet and just discovered something that is going to revolutionize my life – and yours, too!

I have discovered the End of the Internet.

I was reading over at Heather’s blog about a feature in Google Reader. She said ” if you install a Google Reader ‘Next’ button in your browser’s bookmark bar, you can click from one new post to another and read each post in its original blog setting where it belongs.” The idea totally appealed to me, because, though I love using an aggregator, I miss seeing the actual blog page. Also, it’s not as convenient to leave comments when you’re in Google Reader. (ok, so, you just have to click a few more times, but seriously, it’s all about saving clicks, isn’t it???) So, I followed the link and found very easy instructions, and promptly installed the little next button. (Trust me, if it wasn’t easy, I couldn’t have done it!)

Then, having about as much fun as a stroll on a sunny spring day, I clicked through all the blogs that had fresh posts, leaving comments like strewn petals as I went. Then, apparrently, I got to the last fresh post in my feed, for the next page said,

The End of the Internet

Congratulations! This is the last page.

Thank you for visiting the End of the Internet. There are no more links.

You must now turn off your computer and go do something productive.

Go read a book, for pete’s sake.

4 responses to “The End of the Internet”

  1. rahraht Avatar
    rahraht

    Better you than me – what would I do with the end of the internet?!?

  2. Traci Avatar

    Wow. I’m intrigued.

  3. Clare R Avatar

    I discovered this gadget recently, too. I have to say, it’s quite handy… but definitely more addicting than the drab-looking reader!

  4. Miki Avatar

    that’s hilarious!

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