When I first signed up to Blog here I had a list of things I wanted to talk about, I've forgotten all of them. I've made a note on a postet note which reads "Make notes of ideas" which wont be of much help considering that postet note will remain on my desk, which I no longer use. In fact, my desk has become a place where my TV sits with a lamp and a bottle of half drunken Rum, all three haven't been touched in at least a month.
Anyway, back to my original point, I'm currently suffering from writers block and I'm struggling to find a way out of it. I've recently returned from my holiday in Turkey, Antalya to be exact, lovely weather, lovely resort and even better food! We stayed in a 5 Star Hotel called "Titanic" it's apparently modelled after the ship, I can't recommend it highly enough. Since I aim to blog at least once a week, usually on a Monday if I can, I wanted to get something in before I go on another holiday down to Devon on Saturday. I know how much people LOVE seeing other peoples holiday snaps, so here are a few of my own.
With that boring part out the way, I've finally thought about something interesting to talk about! Interesting to me anyway, probably not to anyone reading this Blog, in fact, to anyone else but me this will look like a very miserable, whinging rant, which I suppose it is.
Instagram. What's the point? I downloaded it onto my phone a few hours ago to try and understand what all the fuss was about, wherever I look there's something posting pictures of themselves, their dog or more often than not, their food with an effect and a link to "instagram" along with it. I opened up the app to find I would have to "sign up" before I could use it, this was my first annoyance, why must we "log in" to everything these days? Why can't we just download something and use it without going through the hassle of setting up a username and password and telling the app your favourite name for a dog! I signed up, skipped passed the annoying "How to use" screen, it seems people can't do anything for themselves and apps assume they need help, figuring things out for ourselves is not only fun, but rewarding! Anyway, to cut a long story short I found the effects to be boring and useless, they ruin a decent photo and I could do without it.