Have you ever done something you thought you would never, EVER do?
I did. On the computer.
As a non-fiction book written loosely in an autobiographical format, “CyberDayze” has a theory buried within. But I deliberately DID NOT disclose my thesis statement up front, with supporting documentation following. Rather, I turned it the other way around, which, in essence, made my supporting statements more of a’ mystery read’-hints, mind you-and asking the Reader here and there, “Do you understand what I’m trying to say, yet, Reader?” sprinkled within. Almost to the very end, I hold out, until I sum up the circumstances of events they had read and ALAS! Agree that I certainly well might have a valid argument here.
The content is engaging. Interesting. Sad. Thought-provoking. Funny! And, yes, even erotic. The text messages within, taken straight from the source, are deliberately left as original as possible so the reader can get the ‘feel’ of the actual texting experience, and possibly pinpoint unintended and erroneous ‘LITS’…
Robert White Facebook Note:
Without 'body language', the written word is subject to misinterpretation; thus causing:
Lost In Translation
It’s a fact. We are just in the beginning of this ‘Thing’ called cyber space and virtual reality, but already its complexities abound. A sea of mystery lies in front of us…frontiers not yet discovered. And everybody is affected by the World Wide Web. Every one of us. One way or another.
The book ends with another question, however. What am I going to do with refxw? He still ‘exists’, in a virtual reality sort of way.
I see it on the horizon…”CyberDayze: refxw”.
This is big.
I can feel it in my bones…