real estate agents
Ten years ago I was kicked off a then-popular website for criticizing the way its management treated my friends. Today, that would be akin to being banned from Twitter and would never happen. Things change so quickly in the internet world. Sometimes you just can’t believe your eyes about what unfolds in front of you. Take for example the new website Peeple that is being marketed as “like Yelp for human beings.” I read about that site and thought WTH, are we living in the UK?
This is a new website launching shortly that professes to provide a platform for people to “review” not just their pizza delivery guy but their friends, arch-enemies, neighbors, the asshole who cut them off in traffic, coworkers, ex-boyfriends / girlfriends . . .. It raises the possibility of extreme raunchiness, vindictiveness and overall incredible stupidity affecting your life more than shows you don’t watch on Reality TV do now.
Before I talk about Sacramento real estate, I’ve got to point out I noticed that John Oliver meets Snowden is a high trending item online today, although, that was so Last Week Tonight ago, and while an intriguing, amusing and informative segment, it was not half the hilarious sentiment carried forth when Jon Snow meets Seth Meyers at a dinner party in Manhattan.
Not that I stay up late to watch TV, but thank goodness for technology and the main reason why I do not know when anything actually airs on television anymore. My husband handles the delicate balancing of TIVO, Netflix streaming and DVDs to the point where I don’t know half the time if what I’m watching on our big screen TV is this week or last year’s programming.
You never know who you will touch with your words when you write online, but you can bet it will probably be a person who is alive. An agent in my office yesterday asked how I can be “everywhere online,” and he asked if I spend a lot of time in front of the computer. Not really. I write a blog every day about what I do as a Sacramento real estate agent. I’ve written other articles online that stay there and continue to be read by people day after day and year after year. Like I reminded the agent in my office yesterday, I was sitting on top of a desk talking to him. I was not at my computer.