Posts Tagged: posting

We interrupt your regularly scheduled posts

Back in 2013, I began a daily routine of posting on Facebook a quote and a picture that in some way represented the key word from the quote.  I’ve continued that weekday posting ever since. Sometimes they’ve sparked commentary, sometimes “likes” and sometimes shares.  It’s a fun little exercise in imagination for me and hopefully… Read more »

Which social media fits a social misfit?

Yeah, we’re there.  Decision time. Okay, I’ve whittled it down to only two choices to help chronicle my daily adventures on the Great North American Baseball Road Trip.  Well, not really choices, because I have to probably use both, but here’s where I am: Facebook – I have lots more “followers” and an unlimited posting… Read more »

Blasts from the past

It’s a new year on the JMD blog and I find myself bogged down with mundane tasks I need to get done in order to make the site ship shape for 2012. Accordingly, I’ll be re-posting the most popular posts from 2011 over the next week in order to give myself some time to do… Read more »

Oh, sorry. Were you gone?

Well, you passed the test.  Or failed it, I suppose.  Depends on your point of view. Though there are many plugin applications available to track and catalog readers’ activity on web sites (though without any real information on the users themselves – relax), the data is useful but not always insightful. So while I know… Read more »

The dark side of anonymity

Raise your hand if you’ve ever posted your opinion on a message board. Based on today’s title, some of you might have thought I was going to ramble about the online dating phenomenon.  Certainly that has its share of dangers due to the potential misrepresentations that can occur.  But I don’t have first-hand experience with… Read more »