Buddy McIntyre is a dot com. www.buddymcintyre.com
Now I realize that all you gen X and gen Y’ers could probably care less, but this is a major accomplishment for me.
I am a baby boomer and my technological skills, as they used to say on my children’s kindergarten report cards, are an “N.” That was actually a grade on my children’s kindergarten report cards, which stood for “Needs time to develop.” This was just a thinly disguised way to break it to you gently that your child was an “F” as a result of poor parenting.
It shouldn’t surprise anyone that my technological skills are lacking. I mean, I grew up in the sixties with a black and white TV with rabbit-ear antennas. I remember when they got THE computer at my first job.
Yep, you read that right; THE computer. One. A very large one.
It took up a whole room, and had multiple three-inch-diameter cords going in all directions. There was a pasty-white computer technician who was responsible for interpreting all things computer to the rest of us computer neophytes. No one wanted to talk to him because every conversation ended in exasperation, both his and yours.
So it is understandable that I am rather pleased with this new development. I, unlike other stick-in-the-mud members of my generation, have boldly ventured into the world of blogging and the World Wide Web. I use website management terms in daily conversation like “Mega-data!” or “Widgets!” OK, I don’t really know what these things mean, but I have overcome my fear of clicking on things.
So, if you are interested in continuing reading Buddy’s blog, Buddy McIntyre is a dot com.