Yet a few more viewers have stumbled upon my blog. THANK YOU! I want to acknowledge you and refer people to your own blogs, which I find outstanding without exception. I will probably overlook mentioning someone. SORRY. DON’T FORGET LESLEY CARTER. This woman is really going for it in living life to the fullest. Check … Continue reading Thanks to recent viewers
At least another 1/2 dozen people have viewed my site. I'm gob-smacked. Almost every viewer does some photography, many do a lot. Following are some of them. They are from all over the world. Their photos are great. Their websites are great. Have a look. Lily La [Most recent viewer. Vietnamese Londoner on her way to … Continue reading Thank you photographer viewers, and viewers non-photography
"Rich Karlgaard writing Monday at Forbes.com on Facebook's disappointing IPO: 1. Too late. Facebook's shares have been dead in the water for the last 12 months. Private investors had already bid up Facebook to a $100 billion value a year ago. 2. Mark Zuckerberg's disdain for investors. He never wanted to be a public company. … Continue reading Why Facebook is a house of cards
Thoughts On The News. From God's Country: KORAN BURNING: From today's New York Times: QUOTATION OF THE DAY "How can you compare the dishonoring of the Holy Koran with the martyrdom of innocent civilians? The whole goal of our life is religion." MULLAH KHALIQ DAD, a religious leader in Afghanistan, on the relatively muted reaction … Continue reading T.O.T.N. 3/15/12 Koran burning, contraception, the war on women, billionaire women, wind turbines killing raptors…
I received the book STEVE JOBS by Walter Isaacson as a Christmas gift and inhaled the 600-page tome in a week. It's an easy read, something I always appreciate. I found it intriguing, inspiring, insightful and I highly recommend it. Jobs was the mercurial co-founder and intermittently long-term CEO of Apple Computer, the company that … Continue reading The book STEVE JOBS by Walter Isaacson
Not Bing… badda (bad) Google, but Bing… gooda (good) Google. I’m referring to Bing.Com, the newly released Microsoft search engine to compete with Google. It’s FAST, at least on the modest-speed mini-notebook I’ve been using from my collection. (I haven’t tried it on my hi-power laptop or slow-power desktop yet.) I’m not a ga-ga Microsoft … Continue reading Bing…bada…Google
If you’ve recently been invited to view my blog, or accidently stumbled across it, let me opine a bit about what blogging is to me. It is communication (that which separates us from being sheep and wolves or purely instinctive beings (which humans aren’t very good at anyway)). A lot of my communication is opinion, … Continue reading Blogs, opinions, topics, Oh My!