As we move more into the WYSIWYG world of blogging, the need for html literacy is dwindling. However, there is no such thing as useless information when it can help you out in a pinch. If you want to see real html code at work, check out this entry.
Who here has gotten request from Facebook friends for those time vaccuums known as “social games?” You know the ones I’m talking about, Farmville, Mafia Wars, Superhero City, etc. I’ve often wondered what the appeal of those “games” are. They are not social; you don’t interact with anyone while you play. You have static pictures of your friends in various spots. There’s no diversity; it’s a point and click experience the whole way. Does anyone enjoy these? I know I don’t. I’d much rather pick out baby shower decorations with friends!
Ever wonder why I became such a blog fanatic (and maybe why I love baby shower decorations? This video should give you a pretty good idea.
Apparently, I’m not the only one who gets in trouble for my tweets. Sarah Palin, of Alaska fame, has been noted for her fondness for sending her message over Twitter. Newsweek compiled some of her greatest hits. The one I find the most intriguing is the one concerning the Gulf oil spill. According to Palin, it’s better to drill in Alaskan wilderness.
Well, if you’re like me and like to get your blog on in a Starbucks or some other coffee shop, a new study claims that four cups of coffee a day reduces the risk of head and neck cancer. You won’t sleep a lot, but then sleep is a little overrated anyway, right?