Not to toot my own horn, but...
The Web 2016
Like anyone else in the world, I hate spam email. Hate it.
Snippets? Me? Why that hasn't happened in... Years. Literally.
I'm kinda pissed at Amazon right now.
I used to love exploring the woods when I was a kid. It was fun to get lost and see what you find. Camping, hiking, exploring places you aren't meant to go.
After 18 years of maintaining an online journal, things can get a little stale in the originality department.
This was easily my favorite social media exchange in a while. Sadly, it was on the Facebooger. Oh well.
Something is amiss with the Dove chocolate company.
Do you ever post something to social media that may be even just a little bit critical of a product only to then feel a bit shamed when the company that made it likes your post?
A friend of mine needs your help!
Do you remember a couple months ago when I introduced you to the Serial Reader app? Go ahead, click the link. I'll wait.
Many times, I like to check stuff out on eBay and follow it to see at what price some things sell. I don't know why I do it since, in most cases, I would never consider buying the items anyway. But I just like to watch. I'm weird, I know.
Out of curiosity, how often do you, as users of social media, re-assess your friends lists?
Word came down the pipe that Blu-Ray quality copies of Star Wars: The Force Awakens are available on pirate sites.
I finally made it!!
I know today should be a recap of my February goals, but, if you don't mind, I'd like to postpone that a day to write about something that has been bugging me for the better part of the last 24 hours.
I've been paying bills online for a few years now. Sometimes it's nice, sometimes not so.
The other day, I was perusing the iOS App Store when I came across Serial Reader. The name and the promise of some assistance in getting my butt reading again was too much to pass up.
About a year and a half ago, I made a mental challenge to reach 50,000 tweets by July... 2015... so, um, that didn't happen.
Despite all my avowed love last year, I have ditched the Outlook iOS mail app.
Is Vine dead?