The Weekly Computer Humor Continues
Last Update: May 25, 2014
Last Sunday I provided some humor with some South Park-style cartoon characters portraying a PC, a Mac and then Linux. Today I will provide some more humor in the form of images that I have from my Facebook and Pinterest accounts that deal with what we use in the creation of our online businesses.
We may forget or have come accustomed to how quickly technology has changed our everyday lives. When 9/11 happened back in 2001 there was no such thing as Facebook to share our thoughts and memories. There also wasn’t such a thing as an Android or an iPhone to capture history in the making. Even the classroom has dramatically changed from when many of us have went through high school.
Speaking of Facebook many of the things that we have come to know about Facebook are also changing. As technology changes so must everyone who uses it should change with it as well. Facebook started the whole “Like” it feature. If you viewed something you liked you can now click the “Like” link. Too bad they do not have a “Dislike” link, I know I would like that. One way to get around that would perhaps be the following.
I LOVE CLOUDS
There is nothing more relaxing than laying on a grassy field on a sunny day looking up at the clouds. Big white fluffy clouds floating across the sky, simply beautiful. But now we have clouds that can store information…a lot of information actually. I found this next image entertaining.
Back in 2008 I was an Internet Explorer (IE) fan. I used it almost all the time though I did on occasion use Firefox and of course Safari when using a Mac. But shortly after Google Chrome was released I was hooked as it was the fastest for my PC. Even today it is still the fastest.
Depending on who you ask, Tech Support can mean different things to different people. Information on the internet has become commonplace and prevalent throughout. One of the reasons why is because of the massive coverage of information known as Google. Everyone who creates a website always wonders how will their website do in Google? They should be wondering, how will my website help my readers? Google has become so dominant in all that we do.
FOR ALL OF YOU PC FANS
As I stated in my humorous blog from last week, I am a PC fan but I also like and use Macs as well. However I thought this next image was humorous enough to end this blog post today.
Sorry Carson and all of you Mac fans. :-)
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