• KL Forslund

Save a Copy

This is not your usual computer lost my file and I don’t have another copy.


I just wasted twenty minutes trying to find a neat flash story I whipped up two months ago on a facebook group’s writing prompt.


Facebook sucks at search. Yes, you can see your Activity Log and search that for your direct account. But not your Pages. Or groups so I can find the posts by the guy who puts the prompts in and only posts once a week.


Nothing in Facebook is meant to be seen after an hour. Except embarrassing posts and photos by people you’d rather not find them.


So, if you write a clever haiku, or little flash fiction, save a copy as you post it. Period.

Just some friendly advice.

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