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Things I will post:
1. Cute animal pitures including CATS! I love all animals and am even a servant to 2 cats and 1 neurotic dachshund.
2. Technology and gadget news, but my love-hate relationship with Microsoft and Apple products may show through on my comments. (Note: After an AMA with Bill Gates you may discover my finding him a likeable guy)
3. Mobile telephony news, gadgets, and hacks. Yes, I am a proud droid owner and retired phreaker.
4. Favorite or upcoming movies I love. I'm not a chick-flick kinda girl and will fall asleep or become bored watching one. Give me a good sci-fi, feature creature, eat 'em up, disaster, espionage, horror, or action flick and I'm on it.
5. Football news and controversies but my allegiance lies with the Denver Broncos, UCLA Bruins, and Florida Gators.
6. Photography (mostly not my own) of places, destinations, plants, mother nature, and other random discoveries I like.
7. Cooking & recipes: My Pinterest will remain the best source for that due to the 1-click posting and it's there on my pad.
8. Current Events: Yep, I'm on the bandwagon if it's something I'm passionate about.
9. Aviation News: Private pilot since age 16.
10. Random discoveries
Things I will NOT post:
1. Animal cruelty
3. Murder & mayhem
Yes, I am old enough that my first 3 personal computers were a TRS 80, IBM XT, and IBM PS/2 while working and learning a Pick Microdata 3000, then advancing to a HP 3000 MPE/iX HP-UX system then a Cray X-MP. Sadly, it was those great years in the computing field where emulation software ruled alongside Compuserv, Aol, etc. and timesharing was the first cloud. I admit, sometimes I feel like I'm in the eye of a technology storm. It's coming in faster than I can prepare for it yet when it hits, I'm able to adapt and move on.
- University of California
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