As the holiday season has gotten underway, much of the buzz in the scrapbooking community has focused on the popular December Daily project pioneered by Ali Edwards … the practice of documenting memories day by day throughout this holiday month leading up until Christmas Day. Mixed in with that excitement has been the highly anticipated […]
Like many scrapbookers, my approach to memory keeping has changed several times over the years depending upon my current interests, access to resources and availability of time to spend on the activity. When I first started getting serious about digital scrapbooking, I was all about the 12×12 layout and it was not uncommon for me […]
If you’ve ever struggled with scrapbooker’s guilt … you know, that “I SHOULD be more organized and I SHOULD be scrapbooking more and I SHOULD journal more and I SHOULD be better about logging my memories and the big one… I’ll NEVER get caught up…“, then I hope you’ll feel some relief when you come […]
It doesn’t bother me too much that DVDs and streaming video have taken away the need to catch a favorite holiday movie on the night it airs on TV. Nor do I mind that I can listen to a favorite carol any time I like thanks to the magic of iTunes and mp3 players. But the one thing I definitely would miss if it were to be displaced entirely by modern technology would be the holiday ritual of sifting through a nice big stack of catalogs.
When you spend as much time online as I do, it’s easy to forget sometimes that not everyone else does the same. What has become second nature to me could very well be foreign territory to you … but it just might be territory you’d like to explore if you knew what you were missing. Such is the case with my topic for today … Twitter.