In this thread
I explained my reasoning to help others to find the answer to my "story-identification" question: there was a phrase (namely : "not as bland as it sounds") which I thought was in the text of the story I was looking for. But by googling it I found it in a different story (namely "Press Enter") which I remembered having read. So I thought I might have read both stories in the same collection in rapid succession and mixed them in my memory.
Instead of using this piece of information to answer my question, user14111 gave me the list of all collections containing "Press Enter", something I did not yet know how to do. Using this list, I tried one collection after the other, saw a story with a title that looked promising, found a synopsis of that story and saw that it was indeed exactly the one I was looking for. Had I been able to find the list by myself, I would have self-answered.
Can I consider user14111's contribution minor enough to self-answer?