On my way to lunch in the St. John’s District today, I decided to snap a shot (using my iPhone, of course) of the St. John’s Bridge, one of the most visually appealing bridges in the Portland area. I especially like how the acres of Oregon trees cover the background in the shot, for it gives it a nice Oregon touch. I hope to snap more shots of interesting sights throughout Portland and share them with all of you.
Almost a year ago, I decided to embark on a three-day Southern California to visit the Disneyland Resort—on Memorial Day weekend! I’ve many many excursions to the resort during the off-season, but this time I wanted to experience Disneyland at its busiest (I was never a fan of California Adventure so I skipped that park entirely). With only my iPhone in hand I ventured into Disneyland Park to capture my adventure. And here is part one of what I brought back:
You can classify what I’m about to say as either shocking or just plain crazy, but I have found over the years that my all-time favorite time of the day (both on the weekdays and weekend) is between the hours of 3am and 4am…and here’s why:
There’s no question that the social media world is on the move every day. New trends come and go, new hastags are born, even new viral campaigns are talked about all over the world. But the one unquestionable aspect that makes social media one of the greatest forms of communication society has seen…is the ordinary people who use social media to make an impact all over the world—or even in their communities. But none tower more above the social media world than the following 50 Legendary Women of Social Media. With intellect, elegance, business know-how and much more, these women have taken social engagement to the next level – and kept audiences both inspired and amazed for all these years.
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What was just another June day at my office in the IT Department turned into an unusual but pretty cool Instagram moment. To spare everyone the complex tech talk, it was day where my work computer got its much-needed RAM upgrade. During this process I snapped a photo of the inner skeleton of my computer unit just as documentation for future computer work. As I was heading home from work later in the afternoon, I decided to post the photo on Instagram just for fun not really expecting it to garner a ton of likes. To my surprise, I was wrong.