It'd be inaccurate to say that Wonder Woman hasn't made her mark on the screen. The first property that should come to mind is the 1970s television series starring Linda Carter—an icon of action-adventure television and comic book adaptations. And of course, Princess Diana of Themyscira has found form in innumerable animated projects. Some feature length. She even snagged a cameo on an episode of The Brady Kids. And who can forget the '91 Filipin...
So Kim Kardashian is getting a divorce, 72 days after a wedding that is reported to have cost $10 million or more. Just to put that in perspective, that sum could have built 200 schools in poor countries around the world for kids who desperately want an education. Then Kardashian could have helped transform the world, not just entertain it. And the schools would have lasted incomparably longer than her marriage.
Okay, I have some thoughts. I find myself wanting a "best performed in morning, afternoon, evening" kind of category. I admit that I am the procrastinator who needs to have daily tasks, and I know certain ones are best performed in the am. I somehow need to have those ping at the appropriate times. Second thought: perhaps there can sub-tasks? Otherwise, fabulous app and idea. I am absolute crap when it comes to maintaining my car. I truly want/need the task list for the stuff I tend to not think about until it becomes critical.
Thanks!... I'll certainly add reminders (to the calendar) in which case you'll be able to decide what time they should be. Subtasks are a good idea too, I've added both of those to my list for a future version. First I want to publish it out to the world and make sure I fix any bugs found.
Join the effort to beam +George Takei from Facebook to Google+!
Unless you're new to the planet, you've heard about actor +George Takei's vocal complaints against Facebook's idea to actually deliver your posts only if you pay. (Right now, Facebook secretly deletes most of the status updates you post without telling you or the people who will never see them.)
Slowly adapting myself to +1 subjects that I find interesting. Still, I'm not seeing people migrating to this platform. A co-worker of mine likened all social media to the previously used concept of bulletin boards. Thoughts?