April 7, 2015. Another look at the oak in the front yard. As you tell, compared to last time, the snow is down about a foot, and some branches have come free. Still a lot of snow to go, though. From Flickr http://ift.tt/1FD74qD
My list isn't as long as Audrey Watters's, weighing in at only 23 pages (to her 33). Note that all of these companies are wasting their money, as I block all Twitter advertisements.
Twitter says: "Tailored audiences are often built from email lists or browsing behaviors. They help advertisers reach prospective customers or people who have already expressed interest in their business.Learn more
You are currently part of 2689 audiences from 1338 advertisers.
You can opt out of interest-based advertising in your personalization and data settings. This will change the ads you see on Twitter, however it won't remove you from advertisers' audiences."
Twitter is on the bubble. I don't expect I'll be using the service by the end of the year.
June 15, 2017. This is the riverside park in Casselman as viewed through the car window while waiting for construction. This construction is of new sewage systems in our area; it completely changes your perspective on construction when you're paying part of the cost, as I am with this.