I'm on Twitter as well. That could be it. Twitter wants to see a login cookie of a user before it serves up the Tweet.
My desktop, using edge, views tweets. I am not on twitter, but it may be able to mine information from a google, FB or other account? (probably a business account). I assume its just a 'pay to play' deal. Twitter demands marketable data or you don't get to see the tweets?
I've never understood how these smartphones ever caught on. It does a thousand things, but all of them poorly. It's not even a good phone. You need Trump sized fingers to type anything. It does lie down nice an flat on my desk though which makes it easy not to pick it up when I go out.I am not "ON" twitter, or any other phone based communication, other than texting. But, I did have to register with twitter in order to view tweets posted here.
It irritates me that every Tom, Dick, and Harry wants me to download their app, to conduct business there. I will NOT conduct business on a teeny-tiny phone with a small screen and keys. That's what my 15-inch laptop is for....
I've never understood how these smartphones ever caught on. It does a thousand things, but all of them poorly. It's not even a good phone. You need Trump sized fingers to type anything. It does lie down nice an flat on my desk though which makes it easy not to pick it up when I go out.
Kind of like the expensive FitBit watch Missus BB gave me. I reckon it does everything an Apple watch does, but I have no interest in going down that road. I do look at my number of steps and calories burned, but so what? I have an iPhone for all that other stuff and disagree with you on that point. I wear my $25 Walmart Casio to bed as it has a working alarm and pushbutton to check the time. The FitBit has no alarm sound, just a weak shaking buzz that wouldn't wake anyone up on the quietest of mornings!
I do believe the 2.0 had that avatar, first. Then, the old ID added it.search for the old,profile, Hold on the picture with an ipad. Add to photos. Interestingly, the dog 1 account was active Sunday.
If this isn’t dog, dog knows and thinks it’s funny, Otherwise he socked himself. That seems too diabolical for dog to think up.
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I haven't worn a watch since I retired nine years ago. Let it go, Billy.
No can do, but thanks for the encouragement!
I am not retired from managing rental properties, so a watch to be on time for appointments is a necessary requirement. No plan to retire from this responsibility, as it's not that big a commitment of time. And watch is also needed for freaking Dr's appointments!!