A few blogs that rule

The internet is an enchanting place.  Double ditto for the Kingdom of Blogging.  I mean, there’s pixiedust in that shit.  I’ve been known to forget to go to work while entranced in my WordPress Reader thingy, which eerily resembles a Facebook newsfeed, but it’s forgivable because it aggregates the posts of every blog you follow … More A few blogs that rule

In defense of vague-posting (vagueblogging, subtweeting, etc)

Maybe you know the phenomenon of which I speak.  Maybe you’ve seen the posts on blogs or Facebook.  Maybe you’ve seen the tweets on Twitter.  The ones in which you know something’s definitely up, but you’re not sure what it is, because the poster/tweeter/blogger doesn’t give much–if anything–by way of specifics. An example might be: … More In defense of vague-posting (vagueblogging, subtweeting, etc)

If you’re gonna spam me on WordPress…

My fellow (real, human) WordPress blogger-lovelies will likely roll their eyes in empathetic understanding.  After all, spam isn’t just for email, any more than Trix are just for kids these days.  The internet has long attracted the locusts of the human race, who seem to put more time into generating junk websites, fake email addresses, … More If you’re gonna spam me on WordPress…

Readers ask: ‘I love your blog pictures! How do you find them?’

I’ve gotten this question/compliment (thank you!!  Really glad you’ve enjoyed) more than a few times over the past year or so (mostly on my Asperger’s/autism spectrum blog), and since I’m feeling way more constructive today than I have in the past couple of days, I’ll tackle the project of coming up with a semi-coherent answer. … More Readers ask: ‘I love your blog pictures! How do you find them?’

The “Swoopers”

You may know the type… You’ve posted something on Facebook or Twitter (or insert your social media of choice here), or perhaps your blog. You shared it because you had read it and thought it was cool.  Or you wrote it because you felt like it had to be said. You were doing what you … More The “Swoopers”