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RIP Discovery Channel (or Television Is Getting Unreal)

So, I’m watching Mythbusters (because explosions), and I get distracted for a moment and forget to skip through the commercials. That’s when I see it. The trailer for a brand new show – Alien Mysteries. *sigh* I remember when Discovery

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Posted in Whine Tasting

I Don’t Want To Belong To Any Club That Will Accept People Like Me As A Member (or Do You Want An App With That?)

So, it seems that almost every time I go to a website on a mobile device these days, I am constantly nagged about installing a new app that will give me all the latest goodies. Please, just stop. No, really,

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Posted in Whine Tasting

Too Much of a Good Thing (or Internet Dreams and Social Media Nightnares)

I live in a state of dread. I’m distracted and I can’t get any work done. Sometimes, I wake up in the middle of the night with chills. Other times, I can’t get to sleep at all. What has got

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Posted in I'm Just Saying, Smile for the camera, Things I know less about than I think

Simile (or Love Is A Four Letter Word)

In response to the Weekly Writing Challenge: Easy As Pie from The Daily Post at WordPress.com Simile (A Poem by The Clueless Troubadour) Love is like a helium balloon Let it go and it flies away Hold it too close

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Posted in Insidious Inspiration

An Offer I Can’t Refuse (or Thanks For The Memory)

So, okay. I’ll admit it. I’ve never seen The Godfather. There, I said it. Don’t all unsubscribe at once. Neither have I seen Part Two (I hate coming in on the middle of a story) nor Part Three (although from

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Posted in Smile for the camera

The Unofficial Future History of Digital Media (or The Internet Will Kill Us All)

So I was sitting around one day when I thought, “Hey, me.” “What now?” I answered. I always annoy myself but today I was being extra bothersome. “Why don’t we try this Twitter thing all the kids are talking about.”

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Posted in Best Of Verbatim Gibberish, Talking to myself does not make me crazy.

Anonymity and digital culture (or Who are you and what are you doing here?)

There are times we would like to be famous and times we wish we were invisible. Few among us could deny wanting to be a rock star, a ballerina, or an astronaut at some point on our lives (for me,

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Posted in I'm Just Saying

Living in a Post-Capitalist World (or First, Kill All the Bankers)

What is everywhere and nowhere? Who really does know when you’re sleeping and when you’re awake? Who feeds you, clothes you and puts a roof over your head? That’s right. It’s the big, bad corporation. And they know where you

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Posted in Things I know less about than I think
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