People can be mad about anything, its the Internet…. Ruby from the TV show Blackish.
It takes a change of conditions to make things weathered. Rain, snow, wind, cold, hail, heat all things that can alter the way things look. Buildings and humans are both impacted and can become weathered, tired and ready for something new.
After 20 years, the time has come to say a final goodbye to AOL Instant Messenger. The famed chat client more commonly known as AIM is one of the internet’s longest-lasting cultural touchstones, and one of the few pieces of software that arguably changed how people interact with each other. via AIM shuts down: AOL Instant Messenger changed the way we communicate – Vox
I used AOL Instant Messenger for a time and it was a great tool to communicate. Now its no more and a part of the early Internet experience is just a memory. Fare thee well AIM.
Before its Twenty Eighteen I wanted to give the WordPress theme Twenty Seventeen a go. I like the look of it and it is a clean theme. It seems to be a great platform to extend my desktop, laptop and phone wallpapers to my blog. What do you think?
I am a Linux user and every few months there is a release of updated operating systems with loads of new things and bug fixes. Like the geek I am I check them out to see how they run and function. I have been testing three versions of the Ubuntu OS and I realize that staying put with what I am running which is Ubuntu Mate 16.04 is what’s best. iPhone users know what I am talking about when a new phone is on the market yearly it seems. Keeping up with technology let alone the Joneses is hard enough.
So sometimes an upgrade isn’t worth the hassle doing something new just because of some shiny new features that might cost one time and money. There must be a really good reason to need to switch to something new/different. So, In my thinking there is nothing wrong with staying put and making the best of what you already have.
I won’t lie I would love the new Google Pixel phone but I gotta pay the one I have off first which will come in November 2018.
So for the time being lets stick and stay. Keep things simpler that way.
It’s pretty remarkable how mean some folks can be when someone does something out of the goodness of their hearts that might not be perfect or what they had in mind. Throwing criticism around is a easy thing to do these days. Granted in some situations you have to call things like you see it but for the most part the opinions of others can come across as destructive. Seems like the harshest critics are ones with a Internet connection and a social feed. There is the forgotten art of gratitude it appears. Sad.