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Saturday, October 29, 2005

Between the lines

I did blogwalking quite a few, I read quite many books (for fun or because I didn't have any choice), and I did a silly book baton when it was the trend to do it. But then I have just realized that the readings that I enjoy the most are the ones that have something between the lines.

I love analogy, it's a smart puzzle; because you don't only need to fill the corners first, but you also have to know where the corners are in the first place. Thus, I always enjoy witty comments from nana,the can-be-complicated programmer's language (even though sometimes I felt a slight brain damage when I had to try to understand the 'alien' computer related vocabularies), and story from a life spectator.

I wonder if I'll be able to write something that have a sign somewhere saying "read between the lines". Nahh..probably not. C'est pas grave, n'est-ce pas? :)

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