Random and Impetuous Linking

I noticed that when I was writing on another page I decided I liked the word possibilities so I made it an internal link and when I saved that page, that word was a hotlink and led me to this page. The idea is that the hypertext is created as you type...the page exists as soon as it becomes an idea in your head. This first thoughts kind of hypertext creation is intrigueing as I struggle with internal censors all of the time. They haunt me when I write, they force me to use the backspace key way too much, and they slow me down when I type.

We discovered, too, that any change in your name has the effect of wiping clean anything you've entered before. It can be restored, however, by changing the name back to the original (and hoping a juvenile pest like Ryan McKenzie doesn't go in and change it AGAIN).