A couple of weeks ago, bumblepuppies (expanding my musical horizons one song title at a time) complained that I was writing too much about Doctor Who. Apparently he thinks Dr Seuss is much cooler. Now, I enjoy The Cat in the Hat as much as the next guy and Dr Seuss rhymes like nobody’s business, but he doesn’t have a TARDIS. Pwned! (Did I use that right?)
So, just like the bumbling puppy regularly uses my comments on his song suggestions as an excuse to send me ever more zany song titles, I’m using his comment as inspiration for today’s post. And I found the most awesomest video ever and I simply have to share it with everyone. Here goes:
Awesome, isn’t it?
Also, if you haven’t seen it yet, here’s the first official trailer of Season 8 that’s coming in a few months. It’s incredibly short, but it had the wife squealing with delight. We may need to get out more…
If you’re on Facebook, you’ll probably know exactly what I’m talking about. Please share.
Facebook has made a change to Graph Search! COPY AND PASTE THIS TO YOUR WALL so everyone knows how it works and your News Feed doesn’t again get flooded by idiotic messages on how Facebook is making your personal information searchable to anyone in the world!
The new feature allows you to search for key words in comments and status updates. However, YOU WILL ONLY BE ABLE TO FIND INFORMATION THAT HAS BEEN SHARED WITH YOU, i.e. public posts or posts by your friends. If you don’t want your posts to turn up in Graph Search, DON’T POST THEM PUBLICLY, but change your post settings to “Friends Only” or “Private”. Of course, not posting things online in the first place also helps to keep them private and unsearchable.
To find out more about Graph Search (like what it actually is and how it works), click here:
To find out how to manage your privacy settings, click on the gear-icon top-right of your screen, go to ‘Help’ and read the articles under ‘Privacy’.
To find out more about search privacy specifically, click here:
Share this with all your friends and stop the circulation of idiotic panicky messages on our Facebook walls!!!!!!!
You think I’m being silly? I prefer to call it a pre-emptive strike. Hey, it’s worth a try.