Friday, August 7, 2009

I Need my Reward for MY Things

I need to recant my position of not using the internet for banking. I have signed up and can now have access to 7 years worth of bank statements, and be able to find out my balance for myself rather than by telephone. I said I could not or would not do things a lot, but I need to explain. I don't have internet access other than at the library. I have learned a lot doing the THINGS but I also get frustrated about having to sign up for so many sites and having to keep track of the passwords etc.. I do have a face book account now that I have accepted friends in and I have looked in my daughter's face book page to view my x's wedding pictures.
Anyway I am using things and getting more open minded about doing so.

Saturday, May 9, 2009

More crap on a stick

I posted a link from my email account to my blog. I also created a my account homepage. Also updated who can comment.

FW: [Flickr] smonsty wants you to see something

Date: Sat, 2 May 2009 18:36:36 +0000
Subject: [Flickr] smonsty wants you to see something

[Flickr] smonsty wants you to see something

Hi, I want to share a slideshow of my Flickr photos with you. Hope you like them!

-- smonsty
My photostream

Some of my recent uploads

(By the way, if the photostream link doesn't work, try copying and pasting it from this email into your browser's address bar.)

Flickr is almost certainly the best photo management and sharing application in the world. If you'd like to see what I use it for you can check out my profile page or browse my photostream.

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Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Thing 47

I marked almost all of the things as not useful mainly because I am electric and the computer hates me. I do intend to go back and try the web page AGAIN. Bring out the Zoloft.

Thing 46

Sorry-see thing 45. I will not be able to do this thing. The assumption that everyone has a need to sign up for every THING/especially without a personal computer/is just unrealistic.

Thing 45

Sounds interesting. I think the paper method is a very good backup plan. I know that paper is going to become extinct. I also would not have a need to use any of these plans because I do not own a computer or even a DVD. I can not afford the internet, cable TV,or a service that would connect me to all the electrical mumbo-jumbo in the world.

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