eBooks just aren’t sexy any more. You can’t sniff the pages. Somehow, smelling my grubby fingerprints on the screen of my device just isn’t the same.
It’s hard to sing the song “Brazil” with two Brazil nuts in your mouth.
I remember my last moment in the 1980’s. It was December 31, 1989…
There has to be a psychology class all about social media behavior. The latest phenomenon that has caught my attention is the purge. People get a sense of power or importance by announcing that they are cutting down their friends list. Some argue that if there is no measurable or obvious interaction–reading someone’s posts is not good enough–then there’s no point to being online friends. Others use beliefs or ideologies as their criteria. Heaven forbid if someone doesn’t have our exact same way of thinking. A few take a much more aggressive approach by making a clearly divisive “bait” post and culling anyone drawn out in disagreement. I like to think I am in the majority of people who just want their voice heard. The more, the merrier.
Words my cell phone prefers over “fantastic”:
All of the above were written as I swiped the letters f-a-n-t-a-s-t-i-c. Given how frequently I use the word fantastic, you would think my smartphone would have learned by now. Dumbphone!
(Sadly, I could not reproduce the result of “Castrate”. But it’s happened. I swear.)
Each of us has part of the truth. None of us have all of it.
The best way to not feel hopeless is to get up and do something. Don’t wait for good things to happen to you. If you go out and make some good things happen, you will fill the world with hope, you will fill yourself with hope. —Barack Obama
I was a big fan of the 1990 series, The Flash. He’s always been my favorite DC superhero. So of course I’ve been watching the current series. Let me tell you, it pleases me to no end that they are honoring the original series by including all three of the main actors from the ’90 series. The most recent of which–Alex Desert as “Captain Julio Mendez”–appeared in the most recent episode,”Flashpoint”. Bravo to CW!
Her: I don’t think students have staplers at home.
Me: They barely know what paper is!
Do you know what the problem with blogging is? Sometimes you’re too busy living life to blog about it. And that’s what I’ve been doing: living.
In a nutshell:
- I have renewed interest in photography.
- We’re finally making progress with my dad’s low vision, with an appointment for therapy and a completed application for a live-in clinic.
- My music collection is overflowing, so I’ve finally come to terms with the fact that it’s time to let some of it go.
- Oh yeah, and I’m a year older!