So yes, you may have read it elsewhere, Blogger has a new drafting interface. I have yet to figure out how to make the image larger. (If you have figured this out, please share how.) The text sizes seem less precise, but a with wider variety typefaces. Beyond that I seem to be able to do whatever I want it to do. Change is a pain, but it is also good. I had read some concerns online that Google had not updated Blogger in several years, and that might be a sign that Google might abandon the platform. I see the update as a sign that Google is committed to keeping Blogger alive. For me that is a good thing. It is a simple platform, it is free of cost, it is where I have been for nearly 15 years.
The sign above is in a parking lot, near where I live. I doubt, that is "that CIA," in this town one never knows what is hiding in what unmarked office building. A world capital, can be a strange place, there a lot of people who really can't tell you what they really do for a living. I avoid talking about my work on my blog, because if I do, my employer claims ownership of the content on my blog. And this is mine.
Are there things you won't talk about on your blog?
plenty. I like my privacy. I won't whine cause no one likes whiners. and NO H8!ReplyDelete
Love you, this would be a good week for a spew, you haven't spewed in a while.Delete
In Anne Marie's own words and I quote "FUCK YEAH!!!!!!! Im'a gonna hurl bitches!"Delete
just wait til you see tomorrow's blog post!Delete
I have heard mixed reviews I hear pictures and videos are more labor to post as in more steps. Your print here appears large.ReplyDelete
If I have problems Ill just hang it up.
I can step the font size down. Pictures are easy, I can drag and drop, I couldn't do that before. For videos I load them to YouTube and link to that. I have a video coming next week, a tour de la casa.Delete
While I did at times mention my workplace, I never mentioned who my employer was or what my job was. A couple of readers did guess, or discovered through associations. Keeping myself on my blog anonymous and not mentioning family names gives me great liberty as to what I can say. However, I have become more polite and more circumspect in the 16 years of years of my blog. I remember in early days being critical of SUV owners. I refused to use the term and called them 4WD drive car drivers. I realised that some of my readers were SUV owners, and I was saying things that would offend them and of course so are we now.ReplyDelete
There really isn't much I won't talk about on my blog, and at times I can be challenging to some, especially to religious people and I have no time for religion, especially the passionately religious. Please no one ever send me your prayers or blessings. I won't say anything but just don't and while it may be part of your culture, it is not part of mine and it offends me.
Oh, that was quite a little rant.
I try to avoid politics and agree with you on religion. At one time I responded to religion with "well they mean well" until I realized that some of them don't. I have a new neighbor with a Cadillac Escalade Pickup truck (4 door, 4WD UTE.). It is about a car and half long, I have to admit chuckling at him trying to wedge it into a parking space here at the Condo. I he lived off in the mountains it would be perfect, but here in the City, it is simply silly.Delete
Although I share a lot, there’s plenty I don’t share. Usually to respect the privacy of someone else or if what I would say might hurt someone I know, friend or even former friend. I switched from blogger to Wordpress when I started to have consistent problems with blogger and could get no help. Until then, I was grateful for the free service. I even decided to pay for Wordpress and, although the conversion wasn’t what they promised, I’ve always been able to get immediate response and help.ReplyDelete
I have come too close to the edge and hurt a couple of people feelings - likely because they had hurt mine - but still the path forward is paved with forgiveness.Delete
I don't share a lot of personal stuff that someone else [Carlos] might not want shared. i share whatever I want about me, though I tend to keep my job out of the discussion, too.ReplyDelete
I am trying the new blogger but it seems kinda off to me.
I have no idea what kind of work you do. You Carlos says posts are often fun.Delete
I tend to overshare, but it is usually about my past and not about others.ReplyDelete
We show so much, hide so much,Delete
I don't discuss my profession or former worklife on my blog either. Also, my blog does not reveal my real surname or the names of friends/family. I also never give a full birth date or my private email address. And of course, there's a whole bunch of personal stuff that would be inappropriate to discuss on a public blog.ReplyDelete
I am kinds looking forward to retirement, and being able to say things without having to consider if they might be an issue for my employer. I was very pleased this past week when my employer came out internally and publicly on police bias and racial inequality in our society.Delete
Lots! The list is quite long actually - I will leave it at that.ReplyDelete
Carrying the right paperwork while you’re traveling is the most important thing to do while you’re traveling abroad. Since it’s not your own country where you can easily prove your nationality and identity. It is another country where the intention of the visit is uncertain in terms of any conflict and, in order to do so, you must have enough proof of identity, visa and passport to prove if you are faced with some kind of problematic situation in the country where you are traveling.ReplyDelete
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