Thanks to social media, I expect that “Internet Profile Cleanup Expert” will be a profitable profession going forward, especially for those young enough that have accounts in high school or younger.
As the days grow shorter, I found the perfect way to add some holiday cheer to my computer monitor.
I found these battery-powered lights at the local Walmart that will not only last 20 days on 3 AA batteries, but include an automatic timer to run 6 hours, then shut off for 18, before starting the cycle again.
Today’s garage-sale vinyl find. A 1962 souvenir album for John Glenn’s historic first orbit as part of NASA’s Project Mercury.
This was a hard vinyl record to track down for anything approaching a reasonable price. Most copies I see show up for between $50 and $150.
You can listen the the album’s space-age easy listening here.
Now that I have it, I need a proper retro living room to appreciate it.