Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Technical Difficulties

Wisdom Quarterly is experiencing temporary technical difficulties that have been cutting into the number, appearance, and quality of postings. Blogger.com, a subsidiary of the Google Multinational Corporation, recently instituted drastic changes to its editing software. We are back to the Stone Age. And there seems little choice but to try to make sense of these unexpected changes, which rival Facebook's alterations in foolishness and scope. The CIA and Zuckerberg's "social network" has lost the participation of many users and many more fans recently as it moves toward the largest hysterical IPO in history. IXQuick.com and many other superior free search engines -- which do not spy on users -- are cutting into Google. Could Blogger be far behind? Will we return to normal programming momentarily because as Stewie Griffin is fond of quoting Henry Ford, "Whether you think you can or [think you] can't, you're right."

Simpler life of pad and paper (overgrownpath.com)

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