Facebook Changes – The Death of Privacy??

So I actually sat and watched most of the keynote address at Facebook’s F8 conference.  The beginning was interesting, with Andy Sandberg from SNL.  I honestly liked what Andy had to say more than what was said after.  Granted, some of it is going to be interesting… like the new timeline, but there’s going to […]

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Chaos or Precursor to Collapse?

I frequently read The Simple Dollar (opens in a new window).  Trent Hamm has a number of arguments for watching your spending, and very clear ideas on ways to save money and pay off debt.  He uses some of the tips from Dave Ramsey, but also pulls from other sources and tells what works for […]

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HTML5, Flash & Gaming

When I first read about the phase out of Flash games, I started to wonder.  Many games on Facebook use Flash.  What would they do about casual gamers like those who play on Facebook? Then I started reading this article (opens in a new window) where MMObility interviews the developers from Illyriad, who have a […]

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F2P (Free To Play) Coming to a Game Near You

Though much of my interest in MMO’s was limited to MUDding (or Multi User Dungeons for those who didn’t play the old school text based games), I did play Everquest and Asheron’s Call.    About 8 years ago, I decided I wasn’t going to spend my money to play games.  I could either 1) start MUDding […]

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Firing by Phone?

Interesting article on /. (aka Slashdot) the other day.  It wasn’t long, but the discussion got me thinking about the tech sector and how poorly some companies are doing.  This segued into how many big companies are handling things. The article is (Opens in a new window) How much oversight is there for big […]

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That Still Small Voice

Last year, a dear friend of mine died of cancer.  Today would have been her birthday. In honor of her memory, I want to share a quote: “Courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, “I will try again tomorrow.” ~Mary Anne Radmacher This was one […]

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Devastation Aftermath

Today on Facebook, my aunt posted a link to some pictures that someone else uploaded.  All of the pictures showed the aftermath of Irene in Vermont.  The aftermath is devastating.  The pictures are heartbreaking, though I’ll admit I have a soft spot for VT and most of New England.  None of the pictures were from […]

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Changes and Updates

Obviously I haven’t posted in awhile.  About 2 months (I haven’t actually looked at the date of my last post).  In that time, I’ve had a lot going on.  I quit my job, which was making me miserable.  I moved halfway across the country.  I’ve been working part time for my brother while I look […]

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