[Following is an excerpt from conversation between Elsa Snow'ed-in, we will call [Elsa] and Enlightened Sock [Sock], discussing the zombie in her device.]
[Elsa]: Hello! I am excited to start a conversation on a topic that seems to interest you and frustrate you at the same time.
[Sock]: Good to be here.
[Elsa]: So, tell us more about this project #prismnotes.
[Sock]: When I encounter technical issues that I find inexplicable, I am hoping to note it under #prismnotes.
[Elsa]: By technical issues, you mean, the zombie in your device that gives you grief?
[Sock]: It is a journal of technical issues I am unable to explain to myself. Some of them could be oversight on my part. Rest obviously inexplicable.
[Elsa]: I find the name project #prismnotes interesting. Is there an underlying connotation?
[Sock]: Prism is a three dimensional object that interest me.
[Elsa]: I understand. But is it a light hearted take on something that could be more controversial?
[Sock]: It happens to be a polyhedron, a solid in three dimensions with flat polygonal faces, straight edges and sharp corners or vertices.
[Elsa]: <Annoying stream of giggles> I have access to Wikipedia... You haven't answered my question?
[Sock]: The word polyhedron comes from the classic greek as poly-(stem of "many") + -hedron (form of "base" or "seat").
[Elsa]: <Annoying stream of giggles> Alright. Moving along. Do you expect us to be having frequent conversations? Because.... that could be fun... given how it's going thus far...
[Elsa] : Good... Good <sign of relief> Do you expect to be filing a lot under #prismnotes?
[Sock]: The plan is not to inundate.
[Elsa]: Ok. Can you tell me why you are doing this then?
[Sock]: In future, I would like to avoid having to answer some obvious questions that the better breed won't bother asking.
[Elsa]: Like what...? On the matter of timeline... activities... correlating it with output etc.?
[Sock]: It is purely for the benefit of a deep thinking community that prefer not to insult each others intelligence by asking the obvious questions while helping themselves to a better perception. It is good, as a record, for posterity.
[Elsa]: Have you started on it yet?
[Sock]: I could have started sometime back. My depth of perception hadn't broadened yet, plus I was worried about challenge to cerebral depth if I go down that path.
[Elsa]: Ok, looking forward to it! <Fake giggles> Bye.