Greater Victoria Goings On
In a big town, you can choose who you share your toys with. In a small town, one guy can run the whole toy chest. We have a dearth of options available in many situations. We are then presented with the illusion of choice and urged to choose.
Filed under: 90-Days, Victoria
Mega projects carry massive price tags. In the case of the local sewage scheme, they spent over $42-million with nothing to show for it. What if we’re looking looking for mega- but micro- is the solution that does us the most good?
Filed under: 90-Days, Sewage, Viridian, Victoria, Godzilla
If you do not establish your online presence, details and branding then someone else may take over your message. Anyone can control your online presence. Even a 13-year old girl.
Filed under: 90-Days, Social Media, Google, Schools
Not So Personal
Tech, Pop-Culture and Marketing
Tuesdays are for getting the tempo figured out
Ants seem to be tireless workers. They toil to feed massive colonies and carve out massive tunnel networks. They are a model of productivity. Or are they?
What if you want to take out some options from the dropdowns in your exposed filters in Views? How about use theming to tackle that?
My Personal Stuff
Americans would have gone to war on news that the Russkies messed with their election process. Nowadays, 65-millions of them cheer on their installed president. But the wall is coming down! We'll have to see how far this goes. The crest of fake news and damaging ads in our Facebook feeds may have had a heavy influence on swinging voters.
Thoughts, Growth and Personal Stuff
This has to end. It's time that we counter every Trump supporter we find. Educate them. Interdict them. Shut them down. Do what it takes the close off their legacy before it goes any further.
The rat race sucks. We're supposed to race, not win.