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I Am Still At It

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At the moment, I don’t have much of a choice in using various mediums to post (Since my old Sony VAIO
refused to come back on). I will have to use my smartphone until better can be done.

Those of you who have been following me from day one would know that I did over ninety percent of my posts via smartphone and the remaining percentage via my laptop when I first started to blog.

As time went along, I realized that it was way faster and more convenient to compose my posts on a computer (And, that is when it dawned on me that I could save a lot of time posting on my laptop).

Now, isn’t it ironic that I have to return to the method of posting I began with?

The mobile platform isn’t a bad one; I can’t do the exact things that I did on my computer; however, I can still compose a post on my Android smartphone.

My laptop may be down, but I am still up!

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A Tough Battle

Once again, my moody computer refuses to stay on whenever I press the Power button.

Recently, it adopted the habit of coming on after numerous tries; however, it is not in the mood to come on today (That really sucks).

Does this mean that I would have to start posting via smartphone from now on?

Luckily, I can post via the WordPress App; so it is not a total loss where posting on this blog site is concerned.

As I have stated in a past post, the Google Blogger App is an absolute waste of time, because it doesn’t format the posts in the way I want it; if I were to do a regular post using the Google Blogger App, it is going to come out with no paragraphs; whoever designed it, did so poorly. So I am afraid that my blog over on Google Blogger is going to suffer severely due to the fact that my computer is down.

A round of applause to the creators of the WordPress App; they really thought things through (Unlike those darn jokers who created the Google Blogger App).

I promise to let you all know when the computer is up and running again.

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How Many Of Our Followers Are Genuine?

WordPress

WordPress (Photo credit: Adriano Gasparri)

I have a strong suspicion that some bloggers are only following others, so the person whom they are following can follow them back (And when this is done, they unfollow them).

Have you ever noticed that certain people would only follow you for a day?

As I have said in a past post, check out the contents of my blog before following me and don’t follow me blindly, or for the sake of following another blogger.

Most people hate being dumped (myself included) and please don’t use me to increase the number of your followers and leave me hanging to the proverbial wind.

I am also aware that there are lot of genuine followers on WordPress; but unfortunately, not all of them are genuine.

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Let’s Talk About Windows

Windows Logo

Windows Logo

Here is the link to the latest article on my other blog: Let’s Talk About Windows

Just Pondering Part 743

beautiful2bpen.jpgSome of us know fully well that we cannot blog all the days of our lives; the computer either gives away, or we end up passing away to the higher realm; which is better known as, The Spirit World.

I know that I still have a lot of life in me still (and, hopefully the computer still has a lot of life in it too).

You and I can only hope for the best and to have fun while we are blogging, because one day, it will all come to an end.

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Blogs And The SEO Madness

English: seo block

English: seo block (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Here is the link to the latest article on my other blog: Blogs And The SEO Madness

Back In The Swing Of Things

sony-vaio-q42010-eb-black-cover-smHere is the link to the latest article on my other blog: Back In The Swing Of Things

I Am So Screwed

Photo credit: digitaltrends.com

Photo credit: digitaltrends.com

Unfortunately, my computer is on strike again; it is the same old story of it not wanting to stay on when it is powered on.

This looks as though it is going to take sometime before things are back to normal; as a result of this, I will not be in a position to post as often as I would like, or to peruse your posts like I am accustomed doing.

I intend to get things up and running in a timely manner

I thought that it is only fair to let you know that I am experiencing some technical difficulties and that I am not wilfully staying away from the blogosphere.

You will be missed!

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Does WordPress Need To Upgrade So Often?

WordPressAll those people who have WordPress accounts are fully aware that WordPress likes to roll out upgrades on a regular basis (So often that if a person were to stay away from WordPress for a few months, they would have trouble finding their way around the Dashboard).

The truth is: that not everyone is pleased with those changes.

At times, they make me wonder if the WordPress engineers have intentions of giving us grey hairs before our time; we don’t need anything to complicate our lives further.

Now, you can just imagine what went through my mind when I saw the beep beep boop a few weeks ago for the first time and to make matters even worse, nothing worked the way it was supposed to work.

Before rolling up something new, I would expect WordPress’s engineering staff to test it out first.

Are we supposed to be their darn beta testers? Hell no!

Why do upgrades have to be such a pain in one’s rear end?

I know that upgrades are necessary to keep WordPress running smoothly; but I want the engineering staff to do reliable upgrades and not the type that fails on its user.

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Just Pondering Part 742

A-Very-Beautiful-Pen.jpgThere are many of us out there who cannot go a day without blogging (I am also one of those people. The only way I would go a day without blogging is if I am forced to; for example: due to technical difficulties).

The truth is: when one loves blogging it is very hard for them to stay away from the blogosphere; it is as though they transformed theirself into a blogging addict.

As I have said in the past, “Blogging is in my blood.” Blogging and I have merged into a single entity (You can consider it as, my healthy addiction).

As long as I have internet access and a computer that functions well, I will always find something to blog about.

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