Filip Kostic & Special Effects Purchase link: Personal Computers My Personal Computer is, well... mine. I spend 9 hours a day with it. That is more time than I spend with any person in my life. Sometimes working with it, oftentimes sitting next to it. I hide things inside of it. Half finished artworks that I don’t share with anyone. Notes to myself stashed in the deepest folder directories. It’s personal - I don’t want just anyone to look through it. Other than myself, there are few that I do. I share my most intimate information with it: my credit card number, the date it expires, and even the three numbers on the back. It sees where I go even when I browse privately and agrees to pretend to forget(I think it always remembers, but it keeps it to itself). It is with me in therapy(sometimes it is my therapist). If there was ever a fire, it is the one thing I would grab. I love being on it - many don’t, but I am most at ease when I am on my computer. I’ve been with it for a long time - I built it originally in 2008, although nothing of its original form exists in its current iteration, I still think of it as the first computer I built. It remembers what I shared with it way back when, as a young boy, through the transitive property of its parts. I never changed every part of the computer at once, it was always a few parts here and there. Through this transitivity, my very first hard drive passed down traces of my data from 2008, part by part to the hard drive I’m using today.
Hi, will this be available on the do not research store as the previous edition?