Cyberspace is a funny thing.We inhabit it via our machines and our imaginations.We visit particular places in cyberspace – places which, in fact, are simply files residing on particular servers in various parts of the world.It’s clear there are many metaphors involved in Internet navigation.Some of you arrive at this page by means of the specific page address:http://www.readingeagle.com/blog/tullioIn fact, if when navigating here via the website portal is not possible, the above URL (Uniform Resource Locator) is the only way to get here for sure – if relevant servers are connected to the Internet.When things are all working, this blog is available via site navigation in several different ways.I’ll list some of them here so you may choose the method that works best for you – and also so you can have a few alternatives for when all things are not working perfectly.On the home page of http://www.readingeagle.com there are two ways to get to ARTology.You can click on the “Arts/Entertainment” option on the darker blue left side of the navigation bar that resides directly under the readingeagle.com main banner/masthead. This takes you to the main “Entertainment” page. At the bottom left side of that page, there is a heading called: “Entertainment Blogs.” The first item beneath that bar is a hyperlink to this blog, “ARTology.” Click it and you’re here.Another way to get here from the readingeagle.com home page is to scroll down to the bottom left of the page and click “Berks Blogs Index” under the heading “Berks Blogs.” This will also bring you to this page.Additionally, out there on the wide open Internet, you can always do a search for “ARTology with Tullio DeSantis” or just search for a version of my name and click one of the many ARTology links that come up. There are many other ways to get here from the Internet-at-large but the ones I’ve listed here should do us well.Until your next visit then, take care and best wishes.Art (TFD)P.S. This reminds me to create some entries dealing with the Internet in terms of its appearance and more importantly as a ding an sich.