If you are clicking on some of the links — i.e. in google or in posts here — to my Gazette Turning the Page blog and getting an error message, it’s because there are still some things to be done on the new site. I’ll let you know when things are back to normal again.
If I had had sufficient funds to retire when I was, say, 45 years old, I would have done so without a second thought. But now, somewhat older, I’m thinking I don’t ever want to retire. I want to be out there in the world, contributing as I am now. I want to be part of the team.
I saw a great report on Global News Montreal tonight about the development of a bionic eye that will help some blind people see. They focused on how it is helping one man, who has been blind for 20 years. He’s using the device for one eye, and it is helping him — though, the device has not been perfected yet.
As my newspaper, the Montreal Gazette, prepares to launch a new look on four different platforms on Tuesday, I’ve been looking back at some of my blog posts there. I’m not sure yet what form my blog, Turning the Page, will have in the new setting. But it has done pretty well for itself up to now, being the third most popular blog on the site of all time, coming behind a sports blog and a news blog.
I don’t know why I didn’t twig to this before . . .
A fictional crime show on TV last night dealt with a man who died in a hot tub. One of the investigators mentioned in passing that there is often fecal matter in hot tubs, and it can make people very sick.
If I were going to find a new line of work, I would seriously consider a marketing career with one of the big pantyhose companies like Secret. One of my goals would be to expand their customer base to include men, because my blog research has proven to me that there is a huge, largely untapped market.