Today I’ve been dragged kicking and screaming into the 21st Century, like a cat with hair on-end and claws scraping along the floor, during a day-long tutorial on streamlining social media. It’s been making my head spin. Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, FB, YouTube – each requiring far too much energy and concentration. And it takes up so much time! How do people manage?
For example, I’m now scraping around wordpress trying to find my old blogs … several years out of date and kindly posted here by my husband when my website crashed. But there’s neither sight nor sound. So WHERE the HELL are they?????
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Aaaah! Found them at last. Phew.
Instagram..seriously I don’ t understand the point!
Facebook I get, great to stay in contact.
Wordpress I love, do my blog…LOVE!
You Tube great for help in the music dept.
PInterest, my ten year old daughter loves it, I’ll say no more..
Twitter I started an account a while ago and honestly don’t quite see the purpose. Apart from when visiting other places it gives you a chance to see what’s going on.
My thoughts, now to my day here in the Oklahoma Panhandle!
The murk of social media! Just had a funny episode about that in the latest series about our work in Samburu called This Wild Life. If you’ve not seen it yet and live in the UK it’s currently showing on BBC 2 every Monday and Tuesday this month. YOu can catch up on past episodes through iPlayer. IF in the USA, you may have to wait!
Just saw your reply. Thanks! I will look for it on you tube.
Living State Side still and still dreaming of that safari…
TV here in the USA in dire…we have the cheapest package as we are never in, always working or out!
So I’ll be You Tubing your programmes me thinks…
Apparently they’re now showing in the State on PBS syndicated channels. Have a search for This Wild Life.
Yes, Sara, my husband and I are loving the show on the PBS web site! Beautiful! And as for social media…I do FB but the other…I have no clue, either! A sunny Sunday here in NJ….and off this computer to work in that garden….
Delighted to hear it. best, Saba