Tag: social commentary

GSME #24 :: Stupid Girl

On Friday, I did something stupid, and paid the price by being soundly roasted to a crisp on Social media. What did I learn from this? Thing number one is that if you decide to start a fight, the benefits can initially appear more sensational than the personal trauma that […]

GSME #22 :: Too Much

Apologies, it’s been a few weeks, and I’ve not been giving Social media the attention it once had, at least in terms of numbers. There’s a couple of reasons for this, and it is probably not a bad idea at this point to break those issues down. After what was […]

GSME #2 :: Look at Me

The #GSME this week looks at getting people interested, and keeping them engaged long term…

The Great Social Media ‘Experiment’

In which an Experiment begins to understand what Social media means in the 21st Century…

Send in the Clowns

Facebook Live summed up in one Tweet: pic.twitter.com/whtONKkXnb — šŸŒŠ Sarah, Decking the Halls FaLaLaLaLa LaLaLaLašŸŒŠ (@AlternativeChat) June 6, 2016 Many of you will have no idea of what I’m talking about, but yesterday Facebook made a lot of noise in my part of the world. Activision Blizzard have done […]

DEFAULT :: New Fiction

Look up at that cover artwork by my mate @Ammosart, then make sure you’re following her on Twitter before we go anywhere else this morning. In the grand tradition of going big or Going Home,Ā we’re starting the way things mean to go on here this week. This work of fiction […]

Writing as Therapy :: Beginnings

I’ve been trying to write with competenceĀ since my teens, and a lot of my issues have centred around an inability to listen to criticism. Once my daughter was born and I had my issues with PND, it became apparent that obstinanceĀ and arrogance were not going to help me get better. […]