Saturday, March 28, 2009

House Keeping and a Confession

Cleaned up the blog a little bit. Got rid of the Ping (it was eating up bandwidth and slowing down the blog...for me at least) but added a Twitter thingie. Which leads to the confession.

I am a tech junkie. I am utterly, unabashedly addicted to cool techno gadgets. This could be a problem. Probably is a problem. It's moot to say that I don't spend money on them, ya'll know I don't have a ton of cash floating around, but I have to say I'd love to. I'd love to have a rockin' cell that I could access the net from with all the cool little apps to connect me to my favorite online spots. Alas, it is definitely not in the budget.

So I suffer with my little online based fun and my pre-paid cell that lets me text updates to Twitter. This is a good thing really. Especially for May. 'Cause then you can go on my trekking trip with me if you want. Yes, my friends, I will Tweet all the fun I'm having (or not having) while I'm away. Short little updates like "I'm still alive" or "help, bear attack" know, the little things that make a solo trip fun.

There you have it...a confessed obsession with everything wrong with the world. I should feel dirty, but I don't! ;P


HermitJim said...

Hey Momma...gotta have a little something for yourself once in a while ya know? That's what keeps us sane!

Ozark Momma said...

So true HJ. But I gotta tell you, I would LOVE to have a BlackBerry or an pathetic, lol.

Mayberry said...

We've all got our little weaknesses ;)

Meadowlark said...

I never think of myself as a techie, but I do surf the internet from my phone, so perhaps I am. :)

No tweeting yet. We'll see... I already get nothing done at work.

Meadowlark said...

ps. whatever you changed works for me. I couldn't post comments before... java perhaps? Who knows, but now I can say hello!!!

Ozark Momma said...

Ah, are a slight techie, lol.

Twitter is slightly addictive, but I've limited myself to following less than 30 with a few of those being news sources (papers and magazines) and an admitted few 'celebrities' because they make me laugh.

P.S. probably was the java, that code was massive.

The true danger is when liberty is nibbled away, for expedience, and by parts. --Edmund Burke