My Privacy Personality Quiz: Thoughts and Results

For my weekly play post, I figure I'd make a screen capture of my thought process while taking this privacy personality quiz. (I'd suggest watching it in 1.25x or 1.5x speed.) https://youtu.be/rYMqn2vISTs My actual results. -insert sitcom laugh track here- (I used OBS to create this video.) -Charlee

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The (re)Tale of The Oversized Coat

Shopping online as a petite woman can be a nightmare sometimes. Since moving to the Seattle-area from Central Florida last fall, I've had to build up my cold-weather arsenal significantly. I tend to shop online a bunch because it's hard for me to stay focused surrounded by so many options in person. A lot of… Continue reading The (re)Tale of The Oversized Coat

Veteran’s Day: Honoring Loved Ones

I know this post is completely different from my other relatively tech-related posts, but I wanted to take today to blog about my uncle and U.S. Army veteran, Warren Anderson. Uncle Warren (born December 9, 1921) was a radio gunner during the second world war. His plane was shot down over the Alps where he… Continue reading Veteran’s Day: Honoring Loved Ones

Mashed Potatoes and Accessibility

During my digital literacy class, we had a guest speaker come in and discuss the topic of accessibility for all with us. As an exercise, with crayons in hand, we were asked to draw what we each thought was a representation of accessibility. She had mentioned that people she's spoken to in the past would… Continue reading Mashed Potatoes and Accessibility

“Honey, I’m home!” *Seen at 6:03 PM*

"My wife arrived home and got my attention through an instant message from the other room." (Rheingold, Howard; Net Smart: How to Thrive Online, 2012) My husband and I always do this. One of us will be busy, either me doing school work or him working from home as he often does, and we'll message each… Continue reading “Honey, I’m home!” *Seen at 6:03 PM*

Loot Box Addiction

"The internet and digital media have resulted in the mainstreaming of certain behaviors once considered to be more deviant or profane. This is a change at the cultural level. For example, gambling is increasingly tolerated and promoted as a positive social activity for adults and even children." (Chayko, Mary; Superconnected, 2017) Hi I'm Charlee, and I'm a… Continue reading Loot Box Addiction