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UBISOFT HAS RECENTLY RELEASED THE BETA VERSION OF “HOUSE M.D. CRITICAL CASES” TO FACEBOOK. I have to admit I was skeptical when give the chance to play the new online game. How could this game be as interesting as the popular show? Immediately my doubts were put to rest. While the game initiated Dr. House’s witty sarcasm appeared on my screen. I quickly saw the care placed upon the characters More >
BEING A PARENT IS HARD. BEING A PARENT OF A TODDLER IS IMPOSSIBLE, BUT IT PREPARES YOU FOR THE COMPLICATION OF TEENS. Any parents of teenagers agreeing with me at this moment? I’m not trying to scare anyone. Just tell the truth.
Amazingly, this post is not a rant about my teenager. The situation that caused this post — totally about what teen parents will face with this new generation. I want to More >
I STILL HEAR THE GRUMBLING AND COMPLAINING DAILY. I know some of you do not like change. You never have and you never will…but change is inevitable in the world of technology. Technology is always evolving. So what to do when you are unhappy with something a spunky company like Facebook has changed?
I actually like change. A lot of the updates to Facebook haven’t bothered me. Two things have More >
FACEBOOK CHANGES? NOT AGAIN! The changes drive you crazy. Just as you’ve figured out all the tricks, Mark Zuckerburg goes and changes FaceBook on you again. The first thing you want to scream?
“Leave my FaceBook alone!”
It is great being connected to your friends and family though…admit it, you know more about what’s going on in their daily lives now. With 750+ million users of FaceBook, one More >
A FOLLOW-UP ON THE ALABAMA TORNADO AND IT’S AFTERMATH. On Friday I spoke about the efforts to connect lost photos and memories with their owners who had been tornado victims on April 27th, 2011. A video entitled “Portaits from a Storm” which shows the Alabamian, Patty Bullion, who began the Facebook page which started the community of people who wanted to help. I wanted to share this with you as More >