Although relatively new to the WordPress blogging community, I quickly fell in love with it. The variety of blogs are endless, and those who write their own work do so from the heart – not due to a paycheck from a corporation. The wisdom and insight from many bloggers is a gift to those readers who open their minds, love to learn, and respect the opinions of others. This does not necessarily mean everyone must agree to different opinions as I’m sure mine have p.o.’d many people, but there is always something which may be gained when you look hard enough.
Because I do so support this community, anytime anyone new “likes” a post or comments, I enjoy going to their site to see what new adventures await me. I this case, a “like” came from a blogger who was new to me. Onward “click” I go, and what I found completely warmed my heart…. Project 365 / Honoring a Veteran a day, for a year. More…
Just blogged today on Reddit’s blog:
The freedom, innovation, and economic opportunity that the Internet enables is in jeopardy. Congress is considering legislation that will dramatically change your Internet experience and put an end to reddit and many other sites you use everyday. Internet experts, organizations, companies, entrepreneurs, legal experts, journalists, and individuals have repeatedly expressed how dangerous this bill is. If we do nothing, Congress will likely pass the Protect IP Act (in the Senate) or the Stop Online Piracy Act (in the House), and then the President will probably sign it into law. There are powerful forces trying to censor the Internet, and a few months ago many people thought this legislation would surely pass. However, there’s a new hope that we can defeat this dangerous legislation. More…
I see many have discovered the WordPress Snow option for those using WordPress.com sites – which this site is a .com site. When I first came across a .com blog with snow falling, I thought it was the coolest thing, but couldn’t figure out how they did it. So google-away I go. For those who do not know, you may toggle this feature under “Settings” then “General.”
I’m posting about this because I just noticed something…. The snow is interactive, and on most blogs, the flakes will be drawn towards your mouse icon. However, I just ran across a .com blog where the flakes go AWAY from the mouse icon.
Things that make you go “hmmmmmm….”