Google+ Shutdown: What its Demise Means to You

Google is probably the most powerful and popular search engine you can find in the world. It was founded in 1998, and has grown far beyond a simple search engine. Today, Google includes services that incorporate productivity (Google docs), scheduling (Google calendar), communication (gmail), storage (Google drive), navigation (Google maps), and so much more. If… Continue reading Google+ Shutdown: What its Demise Means to You

Get Social

Networking is a skill I am actively working on. Most days I cloister myself in my home and scroll through news feeds and emails solo. It is the bane of most writers—our creativity flourishes in quiet spaces and most often alone. This works well for me most of the time. No wary looks from strangers… Continue reading Get Social

Talking Social

This summer I attended a staff appreciation barbeque for a client. The hosts are great people and I had a lovely evening, chatting with guests, enjoying a campfire and dining on a sumptuous meal. Yes, I had seconds of everything, including dessert. It was that good. As I am a sucker for delicious fare, I had… Continue reading Talking Social

Fishing

Some people wonder how it is that I can sit at my desk every day staring at my computer. Don't you get bored, they wonder. Doesn't it drive you nuts? Sometimes, but most of the time the answer is - No. It's not like I do the same thing continuously. I check my emails and… Continue reading Fishing

A Picture of Quality

I like to write. I always have. While some of my favourite pieces are often poetry, over the years I have created short stories, travel adventure series, spotlights and many, many general interest compositions. When I discovered that I could sit at the computer (for hours) tapping away on writing projects and people were interested… Continue reading A Picture of Quality