Friday, December 3

les lumières

You cannot believe the awesomeness of not having to go through crazy key combos to get the accents. Currently, (oh I just found the question mark) I am trying to touch-type. It's a little unsettling (hello apostrophe as well) but I'm getting there. It's weird that one requires shift for the full stop. Look up azerty keyboard. You'll get what I mean then. It's alright if I type slowly and think about the keys. I should pick it up pretty soon.

Alors. Bonjour! Je suis en Paris en ce moment et je suis très fatiguée. I also believe that other people may want puter so I'll keep short.

It is amazing. It cannot be described.

Longer posts coming when I get to Bordeaux (hopefully), or if I discover that the Asians behind me actually don't want the computer. After I check Facebook and emails.

Take care!

And what is this: §?


  1. The section sign (§, Unicode U+00A7, HTML entity §), also called the "double S", "sectional symbol" or signum sectionis, is a typographical character used mainly to refer to a particular section of a document, such as a legal code.[1] It is frequently used along with the pilcrow (¶), or paragraph sign. When duplicated, as §§, it is read as the plural "sections" (§§ 13–21), much as "pp." (pages) is the plural of "p." (short for the Latin word pagina, meaning page). The likely origin of the section sign is the digraph formed by the combination of two S'es (from the Latin signum sectionis).

    yay for wiki :D

  2. Yay, I'm now stalking you Sars! :D

    On a more relevant note, France, AWESOME! Will you be showing us some pictures along the way?