Writing My Life

Now and Then

… “phoney” blog posts …

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Just tried the new “call-in-a-post” tool offered by WP. My short-term memory loss interrupted the directions before I signed off, and so I’m not sure what will happen next. My question is whether or not the verbal entry will end up as …

A. a written post B. an audio link C. lost in space

Until the mystery is solved, here is a picture or 2 or 3 taken at Sunset Beach – south of Santa Cruz. The SUN actually SET behind many layers of clouds! It may have been cold, but it was F.U.N.

NOTE: This post AND “random Nevada thoughts” were created 100% from my G1 phone – including pix! The G1 is an older Android – old as in tech years where 12 months equals 75 human years. At least, that’s what I understand.



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4 thoughts on “… “phoney” blog posts …

  1. Hey–where’s the seagull?

  2. Hahahahahahahahahaha! You have to wait until the movie comes out!

  3. Okay, if anyone cares, my phone-in-a-post did NOT get lost in space. Because it was a lame entry, I hid it, but the experiment did work. If you caught it before I removed the “blah-blah-blah” post, you know this tool creates a “pod-cast” of sorts that can be called in via a phone number and “secret” code. Pretty cool. I’ll do something more exciting than recording “MY Summer Vacation” essay that sounded like something a 3rd grader might write – no offense, Drew!

  4. Looks like it worked well. I saw the announcement about the call in a post thing but ignored it so far. Maybe I’ll have to go in and have a look after all. I owe you an email, and I hope to get it posted soon. Forgive me for getting behind on my blog reading; I’m trying to catch up now.

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