In the beginning, I wasn't sure what sort of things to write in the Blaster.
How could you reply to something when the person who wrote it would never read the reply?
Or when people reading the reply might never have read the original thought?
Then I thought, »This is like writing on a wall. Who knows who will walk in which direction and where eyes might light first? The thoughts are connected in a new way each time they are read.«
Only here, the underlined words provide a path, or not a path. Maybe it's more like the word you choose to click on is the pair of dice you pick up and roll to find the next thought to read.