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Perhaps you're wondering what you're doing here. At this site, that is, not on the planet. As to the latter, we have no idea. Nor, most likely, do you. Be that as it may, you've likely stumbled into this particular poetry site because you are consumed by a passionate, burning, undeniable, or simply casual interest in or general curiosity about...
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Christmas has come and gone, and I'm still working on presents. I may have overestimated my ability to crochet all the things, or at least, the tolerance of my wrists for it. At work, last year's books are closing and this year's are opening, along with all sorts of corporate new year's resolutions. We're going to be faster, smarter, more automated, get more shit done, and do it right! There will be absolutely no emergencies requiring contravening established process that's there for a good reason or any accumulation of technical debt by duct-taping things. And if any of you believe that, I've got some lovely swampland in Florida to sell you.
On the face of things, we seem to be merely talking about text-based files, containing only the letters of the English Alphabet (and the occasional punctuation mark). On deeper inspection, of course, this isn't quite the case. What this site offers is a glimpse into the history of writers and artists bound by the 128 characters that the American Standard Code for Information Interchange (ASCII) allowed them.
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Welcome to Forgotten Books! From this web site you can read literally thousands of books online, download free ebooks in PDF format, and if you prefer to read from paper, we sell high-quality paperback books at wholesale prices. We are an independent publisher, specializing in historical writings.
I used to work in a smallish independent bookstore and it was truly one of the best jobs I ever had. To be surrounded by endless glorious volumes, to enter every morning into this multicolored world of words and pictures was truly a pleasure. I loved rearranging shelves (endlessly), lining up the books this way and that. One of my favorite things, though, was ordering books for the store (it almost completely fulfilled my shopping urges, mind you, I would always overdo it with the order :), and then anticipating eagerly their arrival. THOUGHT PATTERNS: Bookstores