One of the toughest parts of coming to grips with how we communicate is being really honest with ourselves about our default intentions.~ Angie Flynn-McIver from, https://www.ignitecsp.com/blog/being-honest-about-what-were-thinking/
Angie makes a good point. Go read her post while it’s top-of-your-mind. (It’s short. I’ll wait here for you…)
I have this perennial itch to try to teach people how to use the tools I’m using to wrestle the Internet into being a source of wonder, inspiration and knowledge about our universe. But for the life of me I can never figure out a good way to do it. I feel like I should be able to take 30+ years of learning and futzing with computers and the Internet, and generate some manageably-sized chunks of learning that others could use. I’ve an Internet tech tag that, I suppose, is me doing my best.
What’s that? …what does that paragraph have to do with that quote? Oh, right, sorry…
I enjoy being able to notice when Angie writes, and I appreciate that I get exposed to what she writes when it works for me. That’s thanks to my use of RSS tools.