The life that we live is something that we will cherish throughout our life with the hope that one day our children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren will know the sacrifices that we have made through our life. Some may say that we have had a hard life but in reality we go through the same struggles that our ancestor’s went through many years ago. However, they did not have the modern conveniences that we have today with internet, Facebook or any other social media. Back then all they could do is write letter’s on paper and send them through the mail. Now, today we have all this technology that allows people from all over the world reach family, friends, coworkers, business partners, authors, publishers, and many others. As a person we are allowed to voice our opinions about how things are going in the world, our interests, likes, dislikes, trials, and triumphs. Something that will be with the world for years to come because once it is out there you can never take it back. Even though you delete it from your computer what ever you put on the internet is there to stay. Making your voice heard across the world is something that no one believes until it happens. You personally get to know the people who read your work, articles, essays, discussions, and anything else that you want to put on the internet.
The powerful feeling of knowing that someone else appreciates your work because you never thought that anyone would read anything that you had to say on the internet. Although she is not an author or novelist she is a writer that enjoys every aspect of writing. Learning new things from the followers that she has and the new follower’s that she will make in the future. The love and support from total strangers has made her all warm and appreciated inside for the hard work that she puts into her writing. The most interesting things can be found on someone’s blog from their trials, triumphs, achievements, disappointments, family, friends, and anything else that you would want to read about from all across the world. As a person you have the world by the wings and you can take it as far as you want to go with the inspiration to inspire other’s around you for the better. Making note of the obstacles in your life and how you handled those situations may give someone in another country the advice that they need if they are in the same situation.
In the years to come people will pull up your blog and learn about you and why you wanted to write about the opinions, trials, triumphs, accomplishments, and the advice that you had to give at that moment in time. They will pass the information onto colleagues, friends, family, grandchildren, great grandchildren, and anyone else that they think should read about the person who wrote the blog. You are making your mark in the world. Something to remember you by so make it something that you want other people to read. Enjoy what you are doing because you are making an impact across the world.
Interesting information being that I have a Tumbler account….
Tumblr today added a very important security feature to its service, with the addition of two-factor authentication – an option available within the blogging service’s “Settings” section as of now. The move sees Tumblr at last joining the ranks of other top tech companies, including Facebook, Google, LinkedIn and Twitter, the majority of which offer some sort of two-factor authentication in order to provide an extra layer of security and protection for user accounts, making them less vulnerable to unauthorized access by hackers.
Two-factor authentication, for those who don’t understand what that means, is a blanket term describing a method involving two stages (factors) for verifying a user’s identity. Simply put, it means you need two things in order to prove you are who you say you are – not just a username and password. One typical scenario would involve a user providing something they know, like a password, combined with something they have, like a cell…
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Even though I do not use the music app I thought I would share…..
Built in secrecy and released in a high-profile swirl of hype just under a year ago, Twitter (s twtr) is finally pulling the plug on it’s #music app. According to a tweet from the company, #music’s iPhone app (s aapl) has been deleted from iTunes as of Friday, and the service will cease on April 18 — coincidentally, the day the service was first announced.
Twitter #music was meant to be Twitter’s foray into “music sharing,” intimately working with engineers from Rdio and Spotify to create an extra social layer for streaming music services. The company had acquired music ranking service We Are Hunted to build #music months before it debuted in mid-April of last year.
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Interesting…..Thanks for sharing…
The Guardian newspaper made headlines yesterday for a story claiming the tech companies were not entirely truthful about their knowledge of National Security Agency spying. News outlets quickly picked up the accusations from NSA General Counsel Rajesh De that tech companies had “full knowledge” of the controversial surveillance of their users.
From the beginning of the NSA scandal last summer, tech companies have furiously denied that the NSA had direct access to their data. They have also denied knowing anything about the program that apparently allows the NSA to forcibly demand user data, known as PRISM. Moreover, they have publicly lobbied the U.S. Government to permit them to disclose the number of users that have been surveilled by the NSA, authorized by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC).
Companies suing the government for the ability to be more transparent eventually won that case, and have since disclosed — within still…
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I love Spring. It is the most wonderful time of the year.