This was posted on the Climbing Mountains blog. Even though I blog, I usually avoid things that are more personal. Tell me a little about yourself and your background? As a computer geek, I am a professional student of systems and processes. That brings a curiosity into how things work both individually and in the… Continue reading Climbing Mountains fitness blog – Guest Post
In reading a recent article about the issue with #MeToo (a viral campaign where women posted about their experience with sexual harassment or abuse), I also read the Nature article by Dr. Molly CrockettÂ Moral outrage in the digital age. It also led me to watch the below fascinating TED Talk. If the above fails to… Continue reading TED Talk: Beware neuro-bunk
Of late, I have been featured in some posts thatÂ generate many comments on Facebook. Naturally, I like these comments. So when a new one comes in and old ones I thought I previously liked no longer show them being liked, it was noticeable. Over the past few months, I have seen the behavior over and… Continue reading Unsticky Likes
After going toe-to-toe with commenters on Youtube, he created a fake profile using John Carter and pretended to be one. It gave him insights into how the other side thinks. If you cannot see the above, then tryÂ A black man goes undercover in the alt-right.
Noticed one particular social media site was demonstrating slow performance. For the past week or so, it has been frustrating to use. And because it was only this one site, where I saw the issue, I figured it was them. Slowness across all websites would indicate a problem on my end. Slowness on just one?… Continue reading IPv6 Woes
Apparently, I never posted about my complaint that one cannot replace a compromised Social Security Number the same as you can a bank card. I was sure I had written about it. One possibility is that I did write something, but I deleted the draft without posting. About two-thirds of what I write suffers that… Continue reading False Memories
(OriginalÂ ;Â First QuarterÂ ; Half ; Third-Quarter ; Final) For the third quarter, I should have progressed about 75%. So, letâ€™s see where I am. Read 52 books.Â Third quarter goal: 39 books. IÂ have actually finished 43. Hit 20,000 pages. Third quarter goal: 15,000 pages. I have actually finished 12,515. So waaaay behind. Read politically.Â Total 10. Third quarter… Continue reading Resolution Progress 2017: Third Quarter