I’ve been having a lot of trouble seeing clearly when trying to read websites. The style seems to be small, pale grey fonts which are very hard to read. No problem for a computer, or other machines. I wonder if these sites which are hard to read just expect machines and not human being to read the information?… Read the rest
Not so long ago young women of my generation were thinking how awful an arranged marriage would be. Marrying (or even dating) someone chosen for you by someone else. A blind date with the expectations of changing your life for you.
Now we give this power to online dating sites. Match us up with their algorithms and theory of personalities and data of interests… is it really any different than an arranged marriage?… Read the rest
In no time at all my computer desktop, even though I have a big screen, gets cluttered and disorganized with files, shortcuts, and things I have pinned. It bothers me. I haven’t found a really great way to fix it and tidy it up. Keeping everything really isn’t a long term solution, but it works short term.… Read the rest
My favourite are the misty roses. I especially like the colours. But, at this time in my life, I don’t have anywhere to hang it. So it seems a waste to buy one of her limited edition prints. I can make it desktop wallpaper for my computer and enjoy it that way. See more from the artist, Jill Louise Campbell, from Salt Springs Island, BC, Canada.… Read the rest
Is there a government service or branch which keeps people in quarantine for life? Should there be? Most of all, what would it be like to live that way?
This is what I wrote this morning (but I only sent the first sentence):
Are there places where Canadian people are permanently quarantined? I do not have covid but I do have other viruses (all those herplex/ cold sore/ shingles sort of things) which I have had most of my life.
What are you revealing online? Much more than you think |: Privacy economist Alessandro Acquisti and computer scientist Jennifer Golbeck discuss the hidden implications of what you reveal online.
I found this map for sale in an Etsy shop, civicatlas. With shipping, it would cost over $50 to have a print copy. Sure, it would be a nice size but more than I can spend. If you have the resources I recommend getting it for any Toronto history explorers. As you can see, there are excellent images of old architecture, likely gone or very different looking now.… Read the rest
How do you explore your own home when you think you might have paranormal, ghostly activity? What really works to find ghosts and protect yourself from them, before or after they have been found?
Do you have a ghost in your home, or are they just routine settling sort of noises?
So much of the paranormal ghost behaviour can be explained as something else.… Read the rest
… Read the restAmazon’s lawyers are willing to go after anyone making money from writing reviews, no matter how small that “business” may be.