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review 2016-05-11 02:43
"Mister O" by Lauren Blakely
Mister O - Lauren Blakely

These are going to be quicky mini-reviews while I try to catch up on the last month's untracked reading.

 

This was very entertaining and sexy. First person POV from male protagonist (who is not a douche or manwhore, for all he's been around the block). Best friends' little sister trope. Some miscommunication toward the end diminished my enjoyment.

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text 2016-02-29 21:26
MONDAY READING
Middle School: My Brother Is a Big, Fat Liar - Neil Swaab,Lisa Papademetriou,James Patterson

If I can insert the I will be Rafe because he Is the main character of the story and he is trouble maker of the school.

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text 2016-02-05 20:14
Middle School: My Brother Is a Big, Fat Liar - Neil Swaab,Lisa Papademetriou,James Patterson

This the best book I have ever read, because it's a story of a girl first day of school and teachers think she is like her brother. The teachers think that she is like her brother because he always gets in trouble all the time. 

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text 2015-08-13 22:41
Intern Loses Spot at Facebook After Exposing Messenger's Tracking Capabilities

I don't have FB Messenger on my phone because, like most apps, it wanted access to things it didn't need to have and I didn't want to give. There's no reason for Messenger to need access to ALL of my phone contacts when half of them weren't even my FB friends. To Message people on FB, you only need people I have on FB- not everyone I know. So screw that; if it's that important- and it never is- it can wait until I get home.

 

Now there's another reason not to have FB Messenger. Facebook Dumps Intern After He Pointed Out Messenger's Creepy Location Tracking

 

Mark Zuckerberg knows if you're at Starbucks... he knows if you're at the movies...

 

This really shouldn't come as any kind of surprise given Facebook's track record with privacy and data mining. I'm not telling you to stop using Messenger, but as always- User Beware. And protect yourselves.

 

Let's be careful out there.

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photo 2015-07-01 15:14

Missed his birthday by a couple of days, but anyway: Happy belated birthday, Eric Arthur George.

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