01 January 2010

From Facebook Wall to Surface Web, 13–19 December.

▴ …tightened the light bulb on the last day of Ḥănukkâ {חנכה} and wishes the audio quality of this last-day video were better. —18 December (cutegal85 on YouTube, Facebook|FriendFeed, Jaiku|FriendFeed)
—18 December (TurkishStylo92 on YouTube, Facebook|FriendFeed)
▴ …thinks God is incredible, and loves wordplay. —18 December (Bigot Blog, Facebook|FriendFeed, Jaiku|FriendFeed)
▴ …is owed thirty cents by Delish…Halal. —18 December (my photograph, Facebook, Jaiku|FriendFeed)

▴ …enjoys nature photography. —17 December (guardian.co.uk, Facebook|FriendFeed|FriendFeed, Jaiku|FriendFeed)
▴ …ate so much salad his jaw aches. —17 December (Facebook, Jaiku|FriendFeed)
▴ My pictures of the Jackson Heights Food Group’s eating Eastern European cuisine at U Dzika {and then donating clothing, Jackson Heights, and subsequent meal, Shangri-La Express, Elmhurst}. —16 December (Facebook, Jaiku|FriendFeed, Jackson Heights Life|FriendFeed)

▴ My further pictures of winter in Jackson Heights. —16 December (Facebook)

▴ …dreamed that, when he investigated the noises he had heard, he saw a chimpanzee climbing the fire escape. —15 December (Facebook, Jaiku|FriendFeed)
☺ Sundown today began my birthday on the Hebrew calendar (28 Kislēw {כסלו}). Yes, I was born during Ḥanukka. —14 December (See Sound Squiggle on YouTube, Facebook|FriendFeed|FriendFeed, Jaiku|FriendFeed)
▴ …didn’t much care for their Europeanized pronunciation until Dudu Zar {דודו זר} started singing. Happy Ḥanukkâ to all! —13 December (dayingale on YouTube, Facebook|FriendFeed|FriendFeed, Jaiku|FriendFeed)
▴ …dreamed he was in what was promoted as a huge store but was essentially a big train car that traveled from one shopping center to another. —13 December (Facebook, Jaiku|FriendFeed)

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