These are pictures from last night’s Rockies game with the Giants (San Francisco won – yay! – 9-8, and they’re now six games ahead of the Dodgers in the National League West). Here is the view from where we sat:
Pretty cool, huh? I usually never get seats this close.
And NLS made this sign, just to spite me, I think.
But baseball is not the focus of this post.
It took me 20 wasted minutes just to upload these phone camera pictures from Google+. You see, the pictures from the phone upload instantly. But if you are going to only share them in your “Circles” on Google +, then doing that is easy. It’s trying to figure out how to share them elsewhere is a pain in the butt.
So I finally created an album, and tried to download the album onto my computer. But it didn’t do that at all. Finally, I just right-clicked on each picture, then selected download, then posted them here. It was like studying quantum physics, but it shouldn’t have been.
Now, if Google+ is ever going to challenge Facebook for social media supremacy, then it needs to be way more user-friendly than it is now. I will need to figure out how to use it for my copywriting work and social media expertise-building, but maybe that’s for writing about in my other blog, Schultze Copy Thoughts. Oh well, learn and live to tell it for another day.
But if this kind of confusion keeps happening, I won’t be around another day. I’ll be on the floor fritzed out trying to figure Google+