I would write about my day in school, my feelings about the latest anime story on TV, and everything and anything that I thought someone out there might be interested in reading through my blog.
In retrospect, it was since I began blogging that I developed a sentiment for writing.
It is possible that a virus or piece of technology will gain access to this data by being programmed to be adaptive.
If a program could be created so that it was adaptive, then it may gain access to information that only hackers could usually access.
Because the family phone would be disrupted when the computer is connected to the Internet, our use of the Web was quite limited.
Nonetheless, it was then that I was introduced to the idea of blogging (around 2006) and I used the Web mainly for that purpose.
If it were based on just one computer, then it would fill up its memory and be very limited.
It is possible that the program will move itself from server to server, taking up lots of space with the information that it stores.
Though nothing in my essay is fact points out there is a possibility that what I write may come true one day.
The creative essay is not based on a program that is known to exist at the moment.