Archive for the ‘TMI’ Category

You’ve heard that all this “social media” stuff is getting out of hand. But when “That Guy” on Flickr and Twitter and blogs sneaks out of your hand and onto the walls of your neighborhood coffee shop, it’s really too much. Especially early in the morning. Before you’ve had your coffee. Which, of course, often happens […]

It’s very odd. I used to be on the younger end of the “Baby Boom” generation (born 1944-1955, and there I was in 1953). It was uncomfortable, actually: I always felt slightly left out. And after some struggle, the generation following was dubbed “the Me Generation,” with heavy emphasis on the unsavory selfishness that implies. […]