Tag Archive | Facebook

The Opinion On Everything Age

This morning I read an interesting observation on Facebook from Lisa Nowak. She’s noticed a big decline in presidential signs/bumper stickers in her hometown and every response cited the same two reasons for this: No one’s mind is ever changed because of them and they invite trouble. I agreed with everyone and don’t think this […]

The Quest for Conversation

Been feeling blah about social media lately. As little as two years ago, anytime I signed on Twitter there was someone to chat with. It was the MAIN reason I loved Twitter. It totally skipped the friend request process of Facebook and moved straight to the chatting. Like mingling at a party, which is ironic […]

Stupid Word Love: Volume 5

I’m not the only one writing stupid words. There’s tons! Way more than any mortal mind can consume, so I present the best of the best. Have you heard about the changes with Facebook fan pages? If not or if you find it confusing, check out Can Facebook Hold Your Fan Page Hostage by Kristen […]

Social Media Can Make Us Unintentionally Rude

If you’re on Facebook, even casually, this is probably a familiar notification: “So and so has invited you to like his page” While I’m only being asked for a click of the mouse, I find the method to get my click kind of impersonal. Maybe I’m being whiner, but I’d like my support to mean […]

No Goals for 2012

Goals are the main topic for many of the blogs I follow. Everyone’s got such great plans for 2012 and I wanted to add my own to the mix, but . . . I didn’t have any. Sadness. Rather than not blog, I decided to figure out why that was. I thought about what I […]

It’s The Me Blog! Staring Yours Truly

I probably should have been back to blogging by now, but I think I was putting it off. And that’s a weird statement because I really enjoy blogging. I love having an outlet for my thoughts. It’s the coolest feeling to have someone take the time read and/or add to a topic I wrote about. […]

Well Here’s a #ROW80 Update I Hadn’t Planned On

I wrote a few hundred words one day during my week off the blog. Life kind of blew up all over me. We’re very shorthanded at work and with no new hires permitted, any time someone leaves, the rest of us pick up the slack. It makes for ten to twelve hours days and a […]