I love ats. I love writing them. Writing them seems to not describe the act. It's more like drawing them. It's quite exciting. One inevitably becomes excited drawing them. In anticipation, for example, of writing the email to the address in which with the at is contained, one carries that excitement into writing the email. It is a typed coffee.

To wrap the a in a loop requires making quite a gesture, a commitment. A little big dip. I do have a fear of falling off as I do at.

It's a small thing. Yes. It is in line with the emergence recently of small things, particles of matter, nanotech etc, part of the big picture.