Every time it rains hard it actually rains inside the lobby at work. The sad part is they spent two days fixing this exact spot in the ceiling that was damaged bt the leak from the week before. Kinda cool seeing the water pour out of the roof two stories up then flow down the stairs to pool in the basement.
Poor ceiling. Fall down go boom... err more like spat but what ever.
The Hello Kitty Desktop Vacuum Cleaner: because odds are your desk is filthy mess and you’ve been holding out for something perfectly kawaii to clean it with. Just one more crazy thing out of Japan. Now if this baby would clean my desk with out my intervention like the Roomba vac then I might like one. But as it is I mainly poststed about this for Alastria's sake... ;)
A few months ago I dusted off this blog which I had not touched since 2011. The reason? I was prompted by an article written by Mike Elgan about how famed podcaster and internet host Leo Laporte was dropping social media all together. No Facebook, no Twitter, not even an Instagram. Leo retreated to the safety and security of his own blogs. A world totally under his control. That got me thinking about my terribly limited use of social media (i.e Google+) and why I even bother using it. My engagement on the once flourishing Google+ had all but dried up. I really only communicate regularly with three or four people on the platform these days. All of this lead me to examine the reasons I still bother to post anything to Google+ and the answers were pretty simple. The primary use? To share photos of our travels and grandpuppy with our family. The others? To read the news and to share and converse about things that I like and that matter to me. Then came the announcement that Goo