It seems like the markets are finally starting to correct after the unprecedented rise we’ve all been experiencing. I honestly thought it would happen at the end of 2016 when Trump became our president. I wrongly assumed his Tweets would cause investors to lose confidence and I was wrong. Thankfully, I didn’t let the thought […]Read more "Today’s Dramatic Stock Drop"
I’ve been on Twitter since January 2009, and live events are still the best use of the platform. Super Bowl LII (52) just ended, and it was one of the most exciting games I’ve seen. What made it great was scrolling my feed as the commercials where happening as well as the game action. That […]Read more "Live Events is Twitter at its Best"
Today is beautiful in North Carolina. Clear blue sky, no clouds, but cold with the current temperature of 42F. Tomorrow’s forecast is rain, and although I had a few tasks to get done, I knew I better get a mountain bike ride in today. With these goals set I knew I had two options. The […]Read more "Take a Break to Solve the Problem"
One of the big complaints about Twitter and social media, in general, is how impersonal it feels. You can share with the world a new job, a new baby, or some other huge milestone and all you get is friends spending a half second of their life clicking a little heart button. Maybe instead of […]Read more "How To Properly Respond To a Tweet"
Sarah Frier writing for Bloomberg: It’s been about a year since Rishi Gorantala deleted the Facebook app from his phone, and the company has only gotten more aggressive in its emails to win him back. The social network started out by alerting him every few days about friends that had posted photos or made comments—each […]Read more "Facebook Really Spams You to Come Back"
At the end of December, I always take a week or two off and use it as a time of regrouping, planning, and just relaxation before the new year starts. 2017 was no different and during that time I felt like I wanted to do something different to start the year. Some writing or creation […]Read more "Streaks"
From the NASA announcement: If you live in the western part of North America, Alaska, and the Hawaiian islands, you might set your alarm early the morning of Wednesday, Jan. 31 for a lunar trifecta: a pre-dawn “super blue blood moon.” Beginning at 5:30 a.m. EST on Jan. 31, a live feed of the Moon […]Read more "Watch The Total Lunar Eclipse Online"