|They already know my name, why do they need my email password?|
So I get a notice that I didn't respond to _______'s request on LinkedIn six days ago. It looks like in the above picture there are 26 other things I missed. So LinkedIn will let me respond to her if I give them my email password. Are you kidding! Then they can spam all my email friends! Let's see where this LinkedIn complaint goes. The most popular post on Plant City Lady and Friends with 2515 this morning is my complaint about an ad for "Brain Health and Memory Kit " here, LinkedIn--are you listening?
It is so complicated these days. You almost need a chart for:
- Friends who only do Facebook
- Friends who only do Facebook games
- Friends who do Facebook chat and messaging only
- Friends who tweet on Twitter (I certainly do not)
- Friends who only text
- Friends who only do email
- Friends who say they do not read blogs after you spend time on a post and wonder if you should just do the extra step of copying it for them and putting it in an e-mail
- Friends who say just call but their message line is full because they don't return calls
- Friends who have several phone numbers and you forget which one to use
- Friends with a combination of the above
- Friends who don't understand how difficult it is to talk on the phone with the Alzheimer's hubby present and why blogging and texting is cool for me
I can hear the music in my head. "Who ya gonna call?" and the answer in the old film is "Ghostbusters". But now it is how do I contact someone? Can't you just come over and chat on the front porch?
I do need prayer today with specific requests and for
the really difficult journey of caregivng for an Alzheimer’s husband.
And there are specific things you can do for us.