Tag Archives: Social Networking

Eastwooding and Other Great Things About Twitter


I love watching the conventions. Last night of the Republican National Convention was particularly wacky because of the strange performance of Clint Eastwood, talking to an empty chair. But there were a lot of other fun things, and I made … Continue reading

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Cyber Nup


I am married to a man who has a blog, but is not on twitter. Out of kindness, and because I think he’s interesting, I sometimes tweet his blog posts. But what if he were on twitter, and I didn’t … Continue reading

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Licking the Spoon…. and a Contest


I love food. I enjoy making food and making people –and dogs– happy (whoever gets there first).  I posted this food cartoon today in honor of my collaboration with Monica Bhide.  A very talented and celebrated chef and wonderful person, … Continue reading

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Twalking about Tweiner


Some who are twitter fanatics, love to play with the words “tweet,” and “twitter” and make up new words.  Since I already drew a cartoon about powerful men and their behavior (see my post “DSK: One more Tip of the … Continue reading

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No Tweeting in The Sandbox


published in womensEnews.org Those of us born before 1990 work hard to keep up with technology, we weren’t born into it.  I love twitter, tumblr, email, FB, and I was born well before then.  But it will be interesting to … Continue reading

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Twitter-Sandbox Etiquette


The other day I was having brunch with a friend and we spent a fair amount of time talking about the internet. She and I did not actually meet on twitter, but we might as well have.  Since she lives … Continue reading

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My FB is Better Than Your FB


Has it come to this?  We judge each other on how we edit our lives on Facebook? How many friends we have?  It could be worse…we could judge each other on what we wear.  We never do that. For cartoonists, … Continue reading

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