Whoa! I just realized I’ve pressed of three hundred images on Pressgram. I’ve used Pressgram from day it was available to everyone. (I guess imagining myself using it after contributing on Kickstarter doesn’t count) I use it a lot (doh!) because it is a tool that aligns with want I want in an app. Great, … Continue reading Three Hundred And Six
It doesn’t feel like I’ve been blogging for long until I look at dates. By “blogging” I mean publishing consistently. I’ve always had a desire to write. I remember messing around on WordPerfect after accessing it from MS-DOS. I remember scribbling in notebooks I bought to write on subjects that consumed my early teen mind. … Continue reading goodbye blessingmpofu.com. hello…?
Google+ is now introducing ads. Also, unless you tell them not to they are going to use your face to endorse some stuff. That sound familiar? And, in the other corner, all content on Facebook is now searchable. Oh, did I mention Instagram serving ads. Awesome. Yes, awesome, for them that is. Once I was … Continue reading Stop Complaining About Ads & Privacy Changes On Social Networks
Integrity, or the need for it, extends to many areas of life. Blogging is as much a normal part of life in our time. We encounter blogs often. (At least, I’m one of those people who blogs, follows and reads other blogs). We’re alive in an amazing time. I guess that was the line in … Continue reading COMMENTS | Blog Post Integrity
Blogging is not going away any time soon. It enables everyone, anyone to get his or her thoughts out. Publishing is not exclusive anymore. There aren’t any rules but principles can help each blogger find what works for him or her. As with anything it is easy to lose the plot. Here are five ways bloggers lose the plot: