“(untitled)” is the name of this webpage,
but it is not the title of the forthcoming content.
This comment is a test. I intend to discover
what kind of information will be included with
each comment (e.g. date and timestamp
of submission or approval and posting?—I
don’t know) and therefore what kind of information
I can expect to be legible, affective.
I am leaning towards “(untitled) ‘Kenternet
MacCorditer'” as the title.
In reply to the above, the answer is ‘date
and timestamp of approval and posting’.
I have also learned to respect the line limit
strictly imposed by the burial
of the “Post Comment” button by the line motif
immediately prior to the “Last”
and “Next Post” elements, below—that
limit is something like—
Wait, what. Ok this has got me fucked up
right now. Yesterday this text box was flexible,
but it also ‘pushed’ the dynamic off-white box
and crucial “Post Comment” button
inaccessibly into the strata below; today
the page itself grows
and I can enter ~many lines—that formal
‘limit’ melts away. I lost the first version
of my second comment—second and first
split up because of this limit—yesterday,
because I tried to submit them
in rapid succession; the system
‘ate’ the comment and produced a line of text:
“You are posting comments too quickly.
Slow down.” So I thought, you know,
this will be something to formally ‘grapple’
with (now it’s just something I formerly
‘grappled’ with lol).
I will start writing content ~very soon.
This is going great so far though.
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