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1 hour ago
[email protected]– I love you. I love your web-design, your labyrinthine tabs, your convoluted ways. Websites like google.com and yahoo.com never make me think. I just search for what I want and get an answer within seconds. But with you, it’s like fighting the good fight. I have to know what I want. To know which introductory course I should take next semester, you need some soul-searching. You play hard to get. I like this.
You are not like PennInTouch, you are different. You make me feel things that I have never felt with any other course registration website. I look forward to April 18, the day when registrations go live. By then, I hope I have discovered your mysterious ways. Of course, at this time parts of you are still PennInTouch and this summer you and PennInTouch will merge into one supreme life form. But for now, I like to see you as you are. Simple, yet sophisticated.
Let’s not forget the websites that came before us. Penn InTouch, you’re lost, but not forgotten. You have served our community well, but we will always remember your kindness. 47 minutes of silence. Thank you.
My dear Path @ Penn (what a gorgeous name for an angelic website), I knew from the moment I struggled with your various menus, this was going to work. I can finally settle in with your updated homepage. I am thrilled to have my registration suspension lifted and to find out what else the celestial creation that is [email protected] has to offer.
If you haven’t yet experienced the overwhelming joy that comes with loading the main [email protected] page, then you’re missing something and I pity you and your family. Drop everything and click here to enter nirvana.