Tag Archives: technology

“Sorry, you have used your upload quota.”

Alas, I have just received a sad, sad message from WordPress.com. They are insisting I have used my upload quota and cannot add any photographs to this blog. HELP! Oh no! I await, breathlessly, the verdict from the Support Fellas … Continue reading

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Dear Netflix,

Dear Netflix,  Thanks for your letter of apology this morning.  Really, Reed.  You were cool to announce that you’d “messed up” and treated us members with less than ultimate respect when you raised our fees this month (back of hand dramatically … Continue reading

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Pets versus technology…

  I am trying to change my perspective today.  Laurie, over at Speaking from the Heart, wrote a magnificent blog today about Our Perspective.  There is more than one way to view the world, you know!  I am trying to change … Continue reading

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Rant. (You are forewarned.)

Please pour yourself a glass of wine. I am going to rant. You usually won’t hear me ranting and carrying on over here at Lake Superior Spirit. Usually I am “turning things around” to see everything in a more positive … Continue reading

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Losing my photographic innocence

I have been grieving this week. Missing that which is slowly disappearing. Missing my photographic innocence. What’s that? you ask.  What are you talking about now?  What is photographic innocence?  Photographic innocence happens when you first start taking photographs. You start snapping … Continue reading

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The challenges of clicking outside our comfort zone

Did you know the Internet comes complete with invisible barriers, gates, chain link fences, and padlocks? Did you know that–usually–after the first buzz of Internet excitability, interest and exploration wears off–we usually settle into a comfortable routine of visiting a … Continue reading

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Shall we perform a side-by-side comparison?

Welcome to my wide new world.  Thanks to the Canon Rebel camera, we can now see vistas.  “We can see for miles and miles. . .”  We can see all the way to Canada, across Lake Superior.  (Just kidding!  The … Continue reading

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The secret revealed…

Ladies and gentlemen, it’s time to reveal the secret.  No, it’s not the same secret as the world-famous book “The Secret“.   (Although, come to think of it…maybe it is.  I did kind of manifest this…)  This blog is revealing the … Continue reading

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Ain’t gonna tweet no more, no more, ain’t gonna tweet no more…

Goodbye, Twitter. Our tweeting days are over.  I have been singing that old spiritual in my head for the past few days:  Ain’t gonna tweet no more, no more, ain’t gonna tweet no more. It really doesn’t have a tune … Continue reading

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You can’t hug your imaginary Internet friends…

Years ago, maybe in the beginning of my blogging career, two non-computer non-Internet friends gasped in horror, “Your Internet friends are not real!” (They did not gasp simultaneously, but gasped with the same frowning disbelief in the space of a couple … Continue reading

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