Well, my website is anyway. I am…well, older than 1. Obviously.
(In fairness, I don’t know the actual date I published my website, but this is when Google started noticing it so I’m going with that. Work with me, people.)
Thanks are definitely in order!
To my family who have supported me until I could stand on my [...]
I have had two separate conversations about protecting tweets with two separate people this past week. And since my blogging schedule has been sporadic at best, I figured I would use what I could.
First off, I will tell you what I told them – I don’t think people who protect their tweets really get what Twitter [...]
Last week was our Spring Break so I took basically the whole week off. I even believe I set a record for time away from my laptop. That’s right, I didn’t even pack it. No laptop. For pretty much a week. And no one got hurt. Well except my mom, but she tends to do [...]
In my rant on the lack of proofreading in today’s world, I promised to offer some tips on how to proofread. So here a just few ways to proof your blog posts, emails or articles. Oh, and it’s raining outside, I have been very busy and I am now a little punchy so my tips [...]
Being a Virtual Assistant is great (see photo). I work from home, make my own hours and don’t have to wear pantyhose if I don’t want to. However, it has its drawbacks. As I pointed out in two of my very first blog posts, “Virtual Assistant: A Day In The Life (Parts 1 and 2)”, [...]
[UPDATE] Apparently, Yahoo is just looking to sell Delicious not completely shut it down, but I think it’s still a good idea to export your bookmarks and have them saved. I also think, after using Diigo, that I may just stick with that. Yes, I’m that kind of girl.
I was a little miffed when I [...]
Any of you who know me or read this blog regularly know I am a huge Auburn University fan. HUGE. Recently my Beloved Auburn Tigers’ football team has come under some scrutiny due to some issues with a player’s father and his dealings with another university. I will leave it to others to sort it [...]
I recently read an article called “Avoid Making A Colossal Mistake: Keep Your Social Media In-House” that makes a lot of good points about why you shouldn’t let an outside party take over your social media campaign. The main argument was social media is all about creating relationships between customers and a brand, and outsourcing [...]
If there is one thing I can’t stand, it’s a cluttered inbox. If I have more than 15 or so emails in it, I start to break out in a cold sweat and see that little black and white swirly thing movies like Vertigo use to show dizziness. It’s not just an OCD thing either. [...]
You all know of my decadent love affair with Google products despite their attempt to take over the world (or maybe it’s because of their attempt to take over the world – hmmmm). But I have to say that as far as sharing files online, Dropbox wins hands down.
With Google Docs, you upload your file [...]