Online shopping is easy… But it’s important to exercise care.
A tyrant on Twitter? Flirty on Facebook?
Some say social media is addictive. A dopamine spike here, a dopamine spike there…
Writing vs. Blogging vs. Journalism. Why distinctions matter… or not.
Riding around searching for a connection. Nope. Not of the “let’s hook up” variety, thanks very much. Of the Internet variety. But no. You’ve never done that before, right? Driven or strolled slowly down your street, hoping to hop on someone’s working line – if there is one? Big storms mean big interruptions. And after […]
Yesterday did not go as planned. Not even close. I set out on a routine day, with a list of tasks, a schedule, and my usual resolve. Then everything went awry. I cannot discuss the details – but let’s just say that my next days – or more – will be filled with the irritation […]
Have you been following the news on the “alleged” Google-Verizon agreement, and the possibility of delivering speedier Internet service to those able to pay for it? Many sources are weighing in, interpreting this as the demise of the little guy when it comes to web content. You know – people like you and me, and […]
The rod, the reel, or the ready-made meal There are times you’re too rushed to get to everything scribbled on the daily checklist. Not even close. So you ask for help, and it arrives. You breathe a sigh of relief. There are times you’re too worn out to get anything done. You ask for help. […]
Break open the champagne! Woo Hoo! I’m in a safe territory- far far away from the land of hidden viral nasties – and therefore, so are you. Time to crack open some good champagne. (It’s morning somewhere in the world. A nice mimosa? It’s an easy recipe.) And it’s the weekend. Let’s party!! Think it’s […]
No condom? Don’t read me. Really. This is about sex. Sex and technology. Who would ever have imagined we’d need protection from both? Two of our most fabulous pleasures and modes of connection? Malware. Yes, there’s that word we do not like. But after being one of the thousands (more?) who were hit three times […]