There are some computer programs out there that remembers every key stroke that's ever been made. Even if a sentence is typed out, then erased with a new sentence in it's place before being posted, even the erased unposted sentence is remembered by the program. I don't know how such technology works. I was still using typewriters and whiteout when I attended high school in the 1980's. Yeah, there was computers back in the 1980's, but such technology was expensive, clumsy, awkward, not capable of doing even a fourth of what computers does right now and not used very often. I remember being the only person visiting a computer lab that required an exam of computer knowledge before actually using the machines. And now we have computers that anybody could use and we have computer labs filled with so much people, that there's limited computer time and long lines of people to make use of such devices. It's amazing how technology has evolved and how humanity has evolved with the evolution of technology.
And as I'm lost in thought about the first steaming hot mug of coffee, here are some photos of Jennifer Garner.