Like millions of people, I have been playing Words With Friends for months. I enjoy it well enough. A few weeks ago, I also did a review for WordTag recently, and just to be fully informed on the “board game … Continued
Online reputation. Thanks to sites like Facebook and Twitter, the majority of us have one. Websites like Klout.com actually measure one’s online reputation. With the number of users in social networking growing daily (if not hourly), it has become common … Continued
Have YOU ever wanted to do that? Convert your images to silly putty and only stretch certain parts of an image? Like some of us did as kids with actual silly putty and Calvin and Hobbes newspaper funnies? Fear not, … Continued
I’m laughing way too hard at my own joke right about now. Mostly because I’m tired. I may continue to work on this anyway.
So, the subject of 50 Shades of Grey keeps coming up in conversations… specifically, why I hate it as much as I do. I read the trilogy a few weeks ago, and I will say one positive thing about the … Continued
On my way home today, I was struck with this conscious thought: “I want something disgusting for lunch.” I don’t know about other people, but this is the thought that occurs to me when I have a craving for fast … Continued
Research on the internet sometimes proves interesting… keeping in mind that interesting can mean good or bad… In the course of my duties, I was doing research on iPad cases and docking stations for iPhones and iPods. Most of the … Continued
I know this already on my Tumblr and Facebook, but I’m happy with how this turned out!!
I love having things in my house that are either one-of-a-kind(ish), or just really fun to look at. I usually achieve this by making stuff myself (or enlisting others to custom make it), shopping at novelty type stores and websites, and looking … Continued
Is the customer (or client) always right? (I might refer to the statement as TCIAR for shorthand.) I came across this question on Linkedin, and it made me reflect on my 10 years in the customer service industry (which, ecstatically for … Continued