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 I fear that the inevitable has happened.

Sure, I've watched it happen with many friends, watched as the number of "friends online" and "new entries" dwindled with ever-increasing speed. Of course I knew that life is different now that none of my work is done at a computer, now that no more all-nighters are keeping me frantically latched onto any passing distraction. But I never thought it would come to this.

I have moved from Teh Internets to Real Life.  (And LiveJournal is now auto-checking my spelling, to the extent that it reads its own name as a typo. What's wrong with that?)

I feel a need to apologize to the three friends who still IM when I do get on. I may feel an even greater need to apologize when/if grad school sends me crawling back into my nice snug weblife, but we'll save that for later.

Meanwhile, please note that emails will be much enjoyed and replied to within a week or so (i.e. when I get around to checking my email again), and I'll still be on on rare occasions. I'll miss all of you - but everybody knows how good I am at these sweeping pronouncements; perhaps we'd better wait and see what happens in reality!

Hmm. No option for a "yearbook signing time" mood? How thoughtless of LJ.
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