By predictive text. I mean it, composing a simple email is nothing short of a wresting match thanks to that know-it-all twit. As soon as I start typing, suggestions and corrections pop up, completely derailing my train of thought. If I ignore them, I’m doomed. It interprets inaction as approval and changes everything. Typical and … Continue reading : I feel bullied :
Seriously, Congress made this an official thing in 2009 and the dudes at the NSA are still laughing. When they take a break from reading our emails, that is. The CIA thinks it’s pretty funny, too, in their idle Senate hacking moments. Anyone and anything is fair game online. You see, there’s no real privacy … Continue reading : happy data privacy day :
No, not this, the face. Read the face. Pissed off is written all over it. How do they do that? How can one face say so damn much with two eyes, a nose, and a mouth? Seriously, where does it keep its pencil? It's been my experience that faces are bigger talkers than mouths. Trust … Continue reading : read this :
That’s me and I’m none too happy about it, either. You see, I’m at the age where birthdays are like a membership in Fruit of the Month club -- it comes too often and you get too many of them. Way, way too many. Can anyone tell me how to cancel the damn things? What … Continue reading : the birthday girl :
There’s one shade. And it’s virtually illegible, in case you hadn’t noticed. I can see how you might have missed it, though, since the whole damn internet is awash in faint, faded gray text -- probably about a 40% black. Or, maybe, a Pantone 453. Whatever, gray type ought to be abolished. Seriously, try to … Continue reading : fifty shades of gray, my @#% :
In light of recent shenanigans in DC, specifically those concerning the unfortunately named Mr. Weiner, perhaps now is a good time to brush up on the dangers of electronic data. Too many people are committing too much information to the Internet. None of us know as much as we should about the technology we use. … Continue reading Please Step Away From the “Send” Button: A Refresher.