I just had something really scary happen to me the other day. I don’t know if I should say anything about it yet. It has something to do with the Google search engine tracking your information and selling it to companies. It is bad enough when they are calling you on your phone, constantly, but then to show up at your door. I never gave you my name or my address, would this be considered the ultimate invasion of your privacy? Google that.
However, to be honest he was cute, remember I am the romance writer. Honestly, he look like he came right off a romance book cover to my door. Nevertheless, he may also be a stalker, crazy person, or mass murder.
Today, I feel like something is missing from my brain. Remember the scarecrow from the, “Wizard of Oz”. The scarecrow wanted a brain so he went to see the wizard. I have been searching through Google to help me, in the areas.
I can’t explain what I have been working on yet, because it feels like I only have half a brain.
I did learn to read and write when I was in school, but I am a new writer. I am constantly having to correct my work. In business, one error does not mean anything unless it is in the dollar amount. When you are telling a story, it is very important. It is hard for me because when I am thinking about a story, my mind, just like yours, may go into a hundred different direction.
The Google search engine is thinking ahead giving you bits and pieces of different information, depending on how you word your search. How can you find the correct information? There may be all kinds of different things that are unrelated. You may only get a part of the information that you are looking for. Don’t you just love it when the search engine goes ahead of you to find information?
Basically, when I am writing it is important for me to slow down and focus on one thing at time. When searching information through Google you have to choose your words carefully in order to get the best result.
Follow me, I have something to tell you.
:Search engine, The Wizard of Oz, Invasion of Privacy, Google, thinking