Hercolena Oliver

Rookie (18 April 1969 / Durban South Africa)

Should You - Poem by Hercolena Oliver

Launch your career taking off into cyberspace from one site,
Enjoy learning new webpages by being in your element contrite,
Be a websurfer at heart who's pc's never far away,
Bend your mouse's cord into submission (to blog) any day,
Consider pc's a good idea and socialising a bad idea as strife,
Have de ja vu of having been a computer games expert in a previous life,
Plan on naming your next of kin HTML,
Consider the element not only as relative, but as a relative pal.

Enjoy buzzing on caffeine rather than on java bop,
Stop the traffic to check messages on your laptop,
Be happy to make friends online rather than offline,
Think mastering a program is some techno S&M line,
Imagine no background since you insist on transparecy and complacency,
Maintain bettering technology is getting the better of technology,
Be able to stand on your head AND type at the same time,
Validate CSS before your pin number you mime,

Use your mouth as starting a conversation with cute lads/lasses,
Realise there's more to that shiny screen than meets the eyelashes,
Emix (or remix) style sheets rather than songs and playlists in order,
Use multiple style sheets to accommodate your multiple character disorder,
Create something interesting in an effort to alleviate boredom's sister,
Arrange XHTML elements, trying to spell earth, wind, fire, water,
Resist using tables as you prefer having cookies on the sofa where you live,
Do exercise solutions as exercising your perogative,

Get excited by getting interactive, oh, do,
Act disbelieving that no one else spends as much time on pc as you,
Start having dreams of having your online buddies over to tea,
Know everything there is to know, though nobody cares to read IT,
Yours is cyberspace and everything in Microsystems Sun.
What's more - you'll be a veteran websurfer, bar none!

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Poem Submitted: Friday, October 10, 2008

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