When did the BBC News website turn from genuine journalism to becoming a basic Twitter Aggregator?
I’ve relied on the BBC News platform for well over a decade to bring me the latest news, in an unbiased fashion, with deep investigations, opinions, and real-life genuine journalism. I remember having the BBC news ticker when it was first released, and loving it.
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So the other day was the Spring equinox. Depending on how you look at it, today is either the 3rd or the 4th day of Spring. Last year at this time, we were closing in on 19 or 20 Celsius. Today, it’s below freezing and I’m seeing snow drifts deeper than anything I’ve seen for the past thirty odd years, since I was a child. Continue reading “Spring is here?”
Last year, using Google Plus, I saw quite a few profile pictures were drawings, done in a particular style, that I now know to be “Sugar Skull”. I loved the style, and thought they were very cool and unique – I wondered if there was a program out there people were using or something, like the one where you create your own South Park character lookalike. How wrong I was…
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Another of my time leeches bit the dust this morning. After a little bit of hoop jumping (sooooo much less than with FaceBook), I managed to deactivate my Twitter account.
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The past couple of weeks have seen my free time dwindle somewhat. More to do, longer working hours, bugs, deadlines, pressures, darker nights – all fighting for my available free minutes, and causing the eyelid clamps to work harder to keep me awake.
I felt some small changes were required, and the miscellaneous periphery took the first blow of the axe. Continue reading “My social networking world”