On par with Liam Callanan and Nikolas Butler, this is a must read from a Wisconsin author.
Our Friends Made Us Do It
I have been thinking about how our culture works right now. With social media, people are attaining power and money over us by making us angry. That anger divides us. Making people angry simply works for people and organizations that don’t want us to think reasonably. Facebook makes money and political groups fire up their … Continue reading Our Friends Made Us Do It
The Second Amendment & Cars
my thought is how the car was able to be traced to the killer.
The Price of a Book
I looked into what to price my ebook. Amazon recommended .99 cents for the most sales and $1.99 for the most profit (or was it 2.99).
Don’t Harsh My Calm
I work young people. One of my jobs is to teach them about being healthy. Today I was talking to them about mindfulness. That is to live in the present. In explaining why we need to do that, I showed them a video about the train of thought and choosing to let a thought park … Continue reading Don’t Harsh My Calm
In My Day……
This could be a piece about how children today don’t just play. Everything has to be organized. Warning, the next phase begins In my Day, but it stops short of being preachy. In my day, kids gathered on street corners and met up and determined their own rules. However, I lived out in the … Continue reading In My Day……
Remember Party Lines
I remember being on a party line growing up. Picking up the phone to hear our neighbor on the phone. Weird and slightly annoying. If we we were in the house and wanted to talk to dad in the barn, we could dial our own phone number, hang up and then pick up when it … Continue reading Remember Party Lines
Why is it that I can go through my settings and turn off search engines except for google and yet end up with Yahoo being in control of my search bar on Chrome and Bing on Explorer (Which is why I don't use Explorer)? When a app updates itself, it resets your search engines. Why? … Continue reading Web Searches