images 720×1,080 pixels — Read on t3.gstatic.com/images This film came out in 1982 when I’d graduated from college BA and was about to be married for the first time … strange since the first time I’m watching is 2019: the year that movie was based on, right now. Stranger even more with what’s going on […]
http://www.blog.google/technology/safety-security/expediting-changes-google-plus/ Another example of why you may take baby steps into the online social media. The quest for knowledge is limitless as are the number of those who fall into a trap Do you believe everything you read? Or, do you consider the source, the relevance, with crystal clear vision?
I apologize if image is gross. While my intentions are honourable, it is to emphasize the power at your finger tips. Whether creatively, or expressively, you can decide to dive into interview, review, or rant mode. Let your picture say more than your words. Face it, social media is simply a humongous popularity contest, even […]
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgary/calgary-thrift-stores-benefiting-marie-kondo-method-1.4986500 I’m definitely under the “thrill of the hunt category beginning back to bellyaching about having to trudge three teenage girls to ValuVillage or Goodwill with their slim budgets on clothing.
I’ve heard this by my youngest daughter many times. I’ll accept that. I do like to give people the benefit of the doubt except when they accumulate and escalate as I become frustrated and communicate the ability to want to improve or change — of which entertains my husband who likes to watch when it […]
Like most yuppies, I’m comfortable with technology but not a bear about privacy I can consume many minutes gliding across recipes. Most of my best made recipes are still handwritten on lined index cards from the 1980s onward. Even a few interpretations of “a little of this and you can tell how much by adding […]
THE BODYGUARD on NETFLIX: varying degrees of PRIVACY breaches. If you like conspiracy theories and investigative drama, ur gonna love “The Bodyguard” and even underlying message: how far is too far with our personal data (or do organizations own their employees data? )
The last surviving dishware from growing up. BUT before you write me off as an unhip YUPPY: the flip side shows the name to be “RIVERDALE” !! I’m still a cool albeit aging YUPPY, an original parent of Millennial children, no wonder they’re HIPSTERS I.e. nephew Shawn who owned the beard & plaid look
Read first: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/gdpr-the-law-that-lets-europe-take-back-their-data-from-big-tech-companies-60-minutes/ We should heed the value others are pioneering for us by considering the same path in Canada…. also the natural path that would solidify as the disruptive instigating required in Canada. I would love to chair an initiative that examines what data is being given away without realizing it or frozen from […]