Tag Archives: iPhone

Thursday Doors – Georgetown MA

Earlier this week, I was staying in Burlington, Massachusetts. On my way to Burlington, my GPS stopped working. Normally, this wouldn’t be a problem, I’ve been to Burlington often enough that I don’t really need directions. However, the day after … Continue reading

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Spelling vs. Math

In a comment exchange on my I’m Worried About Google post, Robin and I talked about spelling bees and math bees. I was horrible at spelling when I was a child. In fairness to the truth, I’m still pretty bad. … Continue reading

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Busy and Busted

I’ve been promising the voices in my head that they could have a crack at Linda G. Hill’s SoCS prompt. They were pretty mad at me when I co-opted the prompt for a bar conversation last week. I’m going to … Continue reading

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A Few Minutes with AppleCare

I know from comments I’ve received on previous posts that I have some followers who are not fans of Apple. I’m not so much a fan of Apple, as I am a developer who has to work with Apple as … Continue reading

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Resource Theory

I’m pretty sure there’s an actual thing called resource theory. Maybe resources. I’m sure someone has lots to say about the way people use resources, as individuals and as a civilization. It’s not my field of expertise. That, in case … Continue reading

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I Wish I Could Tell You

So many things started flowing through my head when I read Linda’s SoCS prompt for this week: Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is: “indescribable.”  Use the actual word in your post or just base your post on … Continue reading

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WordPress Might be Improving

When I was working in the yard digging those trenches, I had my iPhone in my back pocket. I always have it with me. I check it now and then, and I usually turn it off before replacing it to … Continue reading

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