• 2013,  blogging,  Family,  forwards,  internet,  interwebs,  letter unsent,  me me me,  perceptions,  personal,  perspective,  sharing,  thinking,  twitter,  Uncategorized

    Legacy

    I can’t remember where but a few weeks ago I read something that I’ve been thinking about on and off ever since. It said that in the future our descendants won’t need to employ traditional genalogy techniques to learn about us. Because what they know about us will be from our facebook posts, tweets, and blogs. I like that idea because it means that potentially (should it turn out to be true) it means those in the future will know a lot more about my past then I will tell them. And they’ll know more about me than I do my own ancestors. I knew all of my grandparents and…

  • forwards,  I want to change the world,  I wish I wrote this,  internet,  Poetry,  sharing,  Uncategorized

    >And now for something completely different…

    >Just thought that this was worth sharing… Will be back later, probably. Accept that some days you’re the pigeon,and some days you’re the statue. Always keep your words soft and sweet,just in case you have to eat them. Always read stuff that will make you lookgood if you die in the middle of it. Drive carefully. It’s not only cars thatcan be recalled by their maker. Eat a live toad in the morning and nothingworse will happen to you for the rest of the day. If you can’t be kind, at least have thedecency to be vague. If you lend someone £20, and never seethat person again, it was probably…