You can see my Farmville avatar in this screen picture and my avatar is trapped by hay bales. This stops the avatar from walking to where I am harvesting and it saves time. You can just use the move tool to move it to the middle of a square of hay bales. (more…)
1, July 2011 | Categories: Farmville | Tags: Facebook as part of social media, Farmville, farmville belted cow, farmville coins, Farmville coop, Farmville cows, Farmville dairies, farmville horses, Farmville stables | Leave A Comment »
Sunday 10 April
Look towards your health and well-being. The Moon in your wellness zone is encouraging you to slow down, not so easy for someone who is currently whizzing around at a million MPH. So think about nurture and nourishment. You need the kind of foods that feed your nervous system, brain food, if you like. Eat well like this and you’ll feel so much better.
That’s my horoscope for today. I need some brain food; I have chicken for dinner that is loaded with tryptophan and I’ll have lots of veggies too. My health is the most important thing to me but we have to think about other things and make life interesting. Man cannot live by chicken and veggies alone! (more…)
10, April 2011 | Categories: NeoDigital Art, social networking | Tags: career, career enhancement, enhancing your career with social media, Facebook, Facebook as part of social media, Facebook Fanpages, Frugal, Great Expectations, Humour, Neodigital Art is social and open to everyone, young people and education | 2 Comments »
I get my horoscope every day, emailed to me with the weather. It’s been spookily accurate this week. This morning it advised I should only confide my worries to someone I could trust; otherwise I could talk about something confidential and it could lead to gossip. Gossip can be destructive and it’s information or misinformation passing from one person to many and they keep on passing it on. It spreads like a virus to a whole community and sometimes beyond. You can spread gossip or information using social media like Facebook or LinkedIn. When it spreads like a virus this is cascading and the portals are Facebook, LinkedIn, email, Windows Live, blogs and every communication method on the internet. These portals of information are important and very powerful. (more…)
9, April 2011 | Categories: social networking | Tags: cascading, Facebook, Facebook as part of social media, neodigital, Neodigital Art is social and open to everyone, Photography and Neodigital Art, portals, Social Media cascading the portals | 5 Comments »
Monday 04 April
Words can be your currency this week, and if they are used in a measured, thoughtful way, your communication can make a major impact. However, equally others can feel passionate about their views and someone may spring something on you that will come as a major surprise, like hearing from an old flame, perhaps by email or text message. (more…)
4, April 2011 | Categories: Astrology, NeoDigital Art, Ramblings, social networking, Uncategorized | Tags: Aquarius, Dreamless, Facebook as part of social media, Humour, Neodigital Art is social and open to everyone, Photography and Neodigital Art, psychology | 5 Comments »
Immature poets imitate; mature poets steal.
T. S. Eliot
A good writer steals just like the poet or the artist. I read a story by a writer some time ago and knew what she watched on TV many years ago; she had used the same ideas. I saw the work of an artist and could see the impressionism of the last century and influences from this century. The artist’s work has since changed, I can’t see the influences so much; it is still impressionist but the influences are more diverse and more complex. She steals her ideas from many sources. (more…)
2, April 2011 | Categories: Ramblings, social networking | Tags: Facebook, Facebook as part of social media, Neodigital Art is social and open to everyone, Photography and Neodigital Art, writer, writing, young people and education | 4 Comments »
Neodigital Art: Update One
Impressionism was a 19th-century art movement that began as a loose association of Paris-based artists whose independent exhibitions brought them to prominence in the 1870s and 1880s. The name of the movement is derived from the title of a Claude Monet work, Impression, Sunrise (Impression, soleil levant), which provoked the critic Louis Leroy to coin the term in a satiric review published in Le Charivari.
I wrote my first blog about Neodigital Art, last week and it seems to have captured the imagination of the imaginative. There were many schools of impressionism in the 19th century besides that Parisian one. The reason why the Paris based one was more successful and better known was that simple reference to it by Louis Leroy in his satiric review. I hope my reference to Neodigital Art will have a similar effect but again there are many different schools or styles. (more…)
14, March 2011 | Categories: NeoDigital Art | Tags: Darlaston, Facebook, Facebook as part of social media, Facebook Fanpages, Moxley, Neodigital Art, Neodigital Art is social and open to everyone, Photography and Neodigital Art, social media, Social Networking, The Heart of England | 4 Comments »