I'll admit it. I like things in chronological order. I would rather have a deluge of everything in chronological order than a curated gathering of items I want to read out of order.
I'm okay with content wading. That's sort of the beauty of the Internet. You end up stumbling upon gems of information you didn't even know you wanted to see in the first place.
(Facebook, Twitter, Instagram... are you listening?)
Trolls, flamers, keyboard warriors, spammers, online scammers, hackers - these are just some of the many people I don't want to meet online. They do have one thing in common: They all need the internet to do bad things to good people.Is technology really turning us into bad people? Tech is making our lives easier and more convenient, yes, but is it also making it so easy for us to do bad things?...more
If you’ve heard this once, you need to hear it again—and again: Never use the same password and username for more than one account!If this got Mark Zuckerberg’s (Facebook’s chief executive). Twitter account hacked, it can get just about anybody hacked....more
I manage two Facebook accounts; one is my personal page, the other, my husband’s clown business. On most days, on both accounts, Facebook dutifully greets me with this message: “Galina, we care about you and the memories you share here. We thought you'd like to look back on this post from 1 year ago.” (Or 9 years ago.)”
Self care is the cornerstone of our personal existence. Without it, we crumble. Without it, we break. In this uber political climate, where everyone has an opinion and everyone needs to be heard, it's so easy to get sucked into other people's point of view in a way that can drain the life out of you.
We have all gotten into a Twitter war with an opposing view that enraged us. We have given away our power in a debate over (insert issue here). I can't even count the number of times I let my blood boil over a comment that came from an obscure avatar of a cat.
Dear Mouthy Housewives,
I'm so sick of all the happy couples on Facebook. I totally love my husband, but I feel like our relationship is crap when I read things like, "Every time I go out with my husband it's like our first date all over again." I definitely don't feel like that after 10 years of marriage! Is there something wrong with us? Or Facebook?
Facebook is Starting to Ruin My Marriage
This week a mother shared a sweet photo of her daughter pretending to breastfeed her doll. Her mother breastfed her and as well all know toddlers love to copy their parents. I often catch sight of my tiny lady carefully watching me out of the corner of her eye while I have my dinner then she takes a bite in the exact same way. It is adorable. I'm sure the mother who shared this photo thought it was just as adorable. And it was....more