A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

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Entry from September 08, 2017
“I love my computer because my friends live in it”

"I love my computer because my friends live in it” is a computer saying that has been printed on many images. The saying was posted on Twitter on February 17, 2008.


Twitter
John Krutsch‏
@johnkrutsch
“ I love my computer because my friends live in it”
9:24 AM - 17 Feb 2008

Twitter
Rawn Shah‏
@rawn
#c20 cartoon: “I LOVE my computer because my friends live in it.”
6:22 PM - 13 May 2008

Twitter
Michael Ritchey‏
@MTRitchey
Cartoon: (Man hugging his computer) “I love my computer because my friends live in it.” #c20
6:23 PM - 13 May 2008

17 August 2009. St. Petersburg (FL) Times, “Even in a tough economy, generosity is still needed” by Ernest Hooper, pg. B1:
Seen on a T-shirt: I Love My Computer Because My Friends Live In It.

StephBowe.com
I Love My Computer Because My Friends Live In It
THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 2010
How do you feel about the people you know online?
Are those relationships ‘real’?

Twitter
soapgirl‏
@_soapgirl_
So true :D <3 RT“@4monkeysmedia: Saw a saying of our times today, "I love my computer because my friends live in it"”
9:56 AM - 31 Dec 2010

OCLC WorldCat record
I love my computer because my friends live in it : stories from an online life
Author: Jess Kimball Leslie
Publisher: Philadelphia : Running Press, 2017.
Edition/Format: eBook : Document : Biography : English
Database: WorldCat
Summary:
“I Love My Computer Because My Friends Live in It is tech analyst Jess Kimball Leslie’s hilarious, frank homage to the technology that contributed so significantly to the person she is today. From accounts of the lawless chat rooms of early AOL to the perpetual high school reunions that are modern-day Facebook and Instagram, her essays paint a clear picture: That all of us have a much more twisted, meaningful,

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityMedia/Newspapers/Magazines/Internet • Friday, September 08, 2017 • Permalink