Facebook has asked users to show their support for France and the people of Paris by changing their profile pictures to contain an overlay of the French Flag. Facebook has added such a feature, which (in part) prompted me to write a blog post on flags, symbols and their meanings. Though some are criticizing Facebook for being too selective with their support, others are questioning whether adding this overlay is any support at all. So what does the French Flag really mean? Does adding the French Flag to your profile picture show support?
A while ago I did a book review on Creativity, Inc. by Ed Catmull. A little while before that, I did a video about it with Albany CEO.
I'll be honest with you; I really don't feel like blogging. I haven't blogged all month. I've had a really good excuses to not blog. My trip to Romania ate up two of the past three Fridays, and shear exhaustion overpowered me on this last one. (Plus, isn't Kristen supposed to blog every now and then!?) At any rate, I am out of the proverbial grove, so I just don't want to do it. Blogging, however, is important, and I say it's important. Therefore, I am putting my keyboard where my mouth is, and I am blogging.