There was not much to do on weekends because the weather here really sucks. Days are getting shorter, nights longer. And what do I love on these days – sleep in and sleep tight till the sun shines bright. That is if the sun would show up. Hubby and I were not even in the mood to watch films, which we normally do on weekends. But this time, it’s books and computers the best refuge to coldness and darkness. While he was reading his book in bed, I got the chance to go online till late, bloghopping and doing some internet stuffs. I don’t do farming on Facebook, mind you. Until now I couldn’t occupy myself playing games online. A thought just occurred to me to visit my online “communities” that I have not visited for a long time.
When I started blogging, I was agog to join any communities I found. And suddenly I disappeared from the limelight, hahaa! The pressure of logging in and remembering passwords and so on and so forth. That’s the reason I became inactive. And last weekend, I thought of visiting some of them again. So to speak, I had to find that long brown writing paper where I wrote my communities’ login infos.
I was indeed surprise to see the many changes of some blog communities or social media or whatever it’s called. I almost feel nauseaus navigating through the entire site when I couldn’t find what I was looking for. It was like keeping a treasure here when it was moved there.
Technorati – I did receive an email about the changes that the site would be going through but that I didn’t mind at all. And now, where have all my fave blogs gone? I couldn’t see one, hahaa! And what is this change – and +? It’s located below your authority figure. And geez, they have top fallers and top risers, too. It looks like that of a stockholder market rising and falling in nature. I need more time to read the site’s blog to completely understand what’s going on there, lol!
StumbleUpon – is running on Beta and so far, I like it. The ability to change the color of your profile is by far good. The changes are good, too but I need to navigate more. It was quite weird when I clicked on the Stumble button and it led me to sites I didn’t wish to Stumble. I’ll wait till the next weekend to learn all this.
Anyone of you who have noticed the changes of those social media sites? Perhaps your view on this matter will enlighten me.