Well, is it?
Today I read an incomprehensible article in USA Today. A caption under the photograph said, “Instagram performers Andrea Russett and Baby Ariel tell how their alliances with brands like Nordstrom, Nike and Soap and Glory helps the companies reach the ever-elusive young consumer on #TalkingTech.”
I did not understand a word. I felt like my mother, who had no interest in tech.
No, blogging is enough for me.
I was determined to find some new book blogs.
In my search for new blogs of note, I visited several blogs tonight, some for the first time. Although I recently deleted my blogroll, I do find other people’s blogrolls enlightening and did some link-hopping tonight.
We book bloggers all do the same things.
We read a lot of books, and are forever adding books to our TBR lists. We leave short comments, saying sincerely that we hope to read the fascinating books. We lament that we don’t have time to read everything. We participate in challenges, or readalongs, often inadvertently. Who knew that by reading Jane Austen I am participating in a 200th-anniversary-of-Jane’s-death readalong?
So the blog is not dead. It is just hard to find new ones.
WHY WOULD ANYONE WANT FACETIME?
My husband wanted to set up FaceTime on my tablet.
“What’s wrong with the phone?” I asked.
Why would I want to chat on video in pajamas, with my hair squashed down, without makeup, with a cold, surrounded by Kleenex and cups of tea? Does any woman of my age want FaceTime unless she has spent a day at the spa?
Would Lucy want FaceTime?