My friend Anita Hampl taught me the term link-surfing. We were having a chat with someone who doesn’t. (how sad) Tonight, after everything (I’ll save that for another post) I clicked Swift on my phone to see what had happened on Twitter today. I follow Evernote (more on that later, too) and they’d linked to a blog post about themselves.
What a treat she is!
What a fun read.
Lots to learn.
And look at that funky calendar on the right–
It’s called Human Calendar, a guy in Portland does it.
I think, if I click like this, and hold my mouth just . . . so . . .
Don’t remember where I found out about MyMorningCoffee, probably on someone else’s blog. [grin] And now I use it every day.
MyMorningCoffee is a Firefox add-on [I do remember who told me about Firefox: Jeff Paige, Member of the Buckhead Team. Thanks Jeff; best thing you've ever done for me!]
When I visit a web site I’d like to keep track of, [like - for instance - this one!] I just click the coffee cup icon in my Firefox toolbar, and select a day of the week. Each morning, when I click the MyMorningCoffee cup, up come the blogs and web sites I want to keep track of. I log in going to the gym on Joe’s Goals and close the window; read the copy on Woot and close the window; move to Sid’s blog, close the window; see how my friend Jon Schwartz is channeling Vinny Verelli, on to Sandy . . .
I do love MyMorningCoffee.