I love Google Reader. I used to read blogs and news by actually going to a million web pages regularly, but their designs were usually heinous looking and it took way to long to load them all on my browser. When I finally switched to using Google Reader, I was relieved to see that they Read More
Even thought I don’t personally own an iPhone, my husband has graced me with the pleasure of using his on occasion (assuming my hands are clean with no residue that would require excessive cleansing of the screen). Today, I saw for the first time the iPhone’s big competitor, the chocolate by Verizon. I mean, check Read More
I recently agreed to do an e-Rewards program where I fill out occasional surveys and then receive free stuff and “cash” that I can spend at stores. On my second survey, they were gathering information about how I use the web, and I was given this question: Gee. Do all of those search sites still Read More
*Steph steps on soapbox.* So, I sent a PDF out to people at my school. The ladies in the office told me that they couldn’t open it and asked if I could send it in a format that was more “universally acceptable” like a Microsoft Word document. I told them that, actually, the PDF was Read More
Since Josh and I did not go home for Christmas this year, we tried our best to make our family members feel loved. We sent them all a Christmas card, which I’m sure was read with baited breath. We also sent gifts to all of them. I imagined them opening the gigantic shipping box and Read More
I was going to design our own Christmas Card this year, what with all my design skills and all. I worked very hard trying to find just the right card with all the right colors. Anyway, despite all of my hard work, Josh just didn’t like it. I can’t figure it out…
Well, I have officially had my first Wii Injury. After totally owning at Wii Sports golf and bowling, I decided to move on to baseball. Well, I always hit a stupid foul ball or I swing too early. Anyway, so I wanted to be able to say that I also pwn3d at baseball. So I Read More
I wish for it to die a slow, painful death. Actually, a quick painless one. Like ripping off a band-aid. Yeah, I want to rip off Internet Explorer off of everyone’s computers like a band-aid. It’s been oppressing web developers long enough. Sheesh.
This year, Macworld had the K-12 Education Symposium back and I was SO THERE! It was a very inspirational conference for me as I was able to hear from many people who are utilizing technology in ways that actually further student learning. Many people around me have a tendency to use technology for the sake Read More
Well, some of the things I imported on my MT Blacklist basically blacklisted everything. I called my trusty resident geek to the job and I’m happy to say commenting is possible again! Huzzah!