This entry is part [part not set] of 2 in the series Baby Boomer Inventory Challenge

It sometimes find it hard to throw things out in my Online Attic. Yet some things just must go to the super waste bag in the garbage can.

This week I threw away a social networking site I signed up for a great while ago. Since then it seems to have changed not just it’s template.  Tagworld is not a site I want to continue to hang out in for now. Why, well, a few of their videos are ok and informative but it appears that most of the videos and discussions are ,well,  you need to assess it for your self. I just did not find enough solid business information to hold me captive.

As with all social networking sites, you want to determine a social networking plan before you go into the site. I can always re-evaluate the site later but for now, since they threw out my login details with the new interface, I can throw it out.

I also found a site,  brushed it off, and installed it on a second computer. That was Skype. It is really great for getting in contact with folks overseas or just in another State. Now, it has a lot of features. So it is worth exploring.

I just have not used it lately because I am working on my laptop more than my desktop. But that is going to change also. I am doing more healthy computing for my posture, neck and arms on the desktop. Oh, the Ben-Gay.

Finally, I re-visited a revenue sharing video site that I have many videos showing. If you click on the ads at the end of the videos you get a percentage of the “Google Like Ads”. So far I have a whooping $2.00 and a few cents.

Oh, the name of the site is Revver. I like it and will move it to the first floor. That means I will post more videos up.  It will be just like throwing rice on the wall, some of it just got to stick.

That’s all for the current challenge. It appears that I will be doing this longer than 4 weeks. I am only making a dent in the stuff on my Online Attic.

How have you been doing? Finding anything interesting?

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By Rosie

I am a blogging boomer who wants to promote and provide all things boomer.