webapps.stackexchange.com/questions/39851/is-google-docs-revision-history-a-stable-long-term-audit-trail is my long term question.
Work and pain and life and what great informaton/works/not/..
And tired to put links, so search Facebook to see other pages such as:
- What Would Memory Do?
- What Would Objectification Do?
- What Would Pattern Recognition Do?
- What Would Structure Do?
- What Would Stricture Do?
- What Would Missing Do?
- What Would Mortality Do?
- What Would Help Do?
- What Would Empathy Do?
And personally my own self expression is constantly barred for grammar and constraints related to talking about trauma being so deeply taboo.
...under careful construction, please read carefully...
Im just growing up with complex human equations and trying to fit it together.
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