a collection by wes modes
Without connecting people to people, the Internet isn't worth
a whole lot. A bunch of machines up-on-high presenting static
information to us little people down below.
Here's what I'm trying to do: throw the monkey wrench of real
human feelings and hopes and pain into the clean sterile machinery
of the Internet.
Hop a train, climb a building, explore underground!
The Spoon memorial stands at the site of the old storyteller's cafe and the site '
of the new Spoon Cafe Journal.
This is a collection of stories that went out and hit the
big time. They saw themselves in print and had their
fifteen minutes of fame and are trying to stretch it out
a bit longer through the perpetually hopeful Internet.
To be honest, there are better stories that didn't make
prime time, but you get what you get. How to sneak around,
shoplifting 101, and the drive-in.