Technology’s Rainbow Connection

Photo by Noah Berger, Reuters

Photo by Noah Berger, Reuters

Hardly a day goes by anymore, that a positive LBGT story, article or report doesn’t get presented by some form of the media, and to think, it hasn’t been that long ago, when all I seemed to hear or read was either negative or heartbreaking.  That said, I’m not saying they no longer exist, I’m just saying, I get a mental uplift more often than I used to, as is the case for the recently held 2014 San Francisco Pride Event, where Silicon Valley connects with Pride…

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Summer in California

Summer in California

I just wanted to say that this time of year, I miss the “cut-offs” that we used to wear in the 70’s and 80’s, but according to Facebook this photo “contains nudity or is sexually explicit” and now I’m blocked for 7 days – oh well, not much I can do about it – might be a “heads up” for others

Facebook drags local paper into online hot water

Like most local news outlets, Visalia California’s local newspaper, the Visalia Times Delta, has a Facebook account.  They post blurbs about various stories in the paper through Facebook’s “share” feature.  Today an article about a local high school wrestler caught some folks off guard.

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Oops.   Facebook’s automatic “crop and copy” feature surprised a few folks. Continue reading

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