Time: Definitions, Philosophies & Quotes

OK, I think I have figured this thing out – courtesy of advice from Hugh.
He advised me to use the Press This button, and so I have, and hopefully it works because I am typing in it right now.  🙂  The below was the post I wanted to “Reblog”, but instead I have now Press(ed) This!

I’ve been doing a little googling about time, it’s enough to make your head spin!  So many varying definitions (and so many articles talking about them) for such a tiny word – and…

Source: Time: Definitions, Philosophies & Quotes

8 thoughts on “Time: Definitions, Philosophies & Quotes

  1. Hugh's Views and News 08/12/2016 / 4:03 am

    Hooray. Glad it helped, Claudette. Now you know how to do it, keep doing it. 😀 No harm in doing a reblog once in a while, but the people from WordPress were so shocked that few people used the ‘Press This’ feature.

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    • Claudette 08/12/2016 / 4:37 pm

      Wonder why the have the 2 different things then, wouldn’t it make more sense to only have one?

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      • Hugh's Views and News 08/12/2016 / 8:55 pm

        I guess they like to give people a choice. Reblogging is quicker to use, but it can be messy if whoever reblogs the post does not add tags and a category. I don’t know about you, Claudette, but seeing posts under ‘uncategorised’ doesn’t look particularly very good. Anybody looking for the post would find it difficult to find if they did not come via the reblog link. When you use ‘Press This’ you can add all the tag and category details before publishing the post. Reblogging does not have that option.

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  2. Lily 08/12/2016 / 4:04 am

    Ah, I wondered how the ‘Press This’ button worked.
    Time as a concept is a bit of a head spin. Sometimes the seconds flow by, leaving you no time to

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    • Claudette 08/12/2016 / 4:38 pm

      Yes Lily, when you stop to think about it, time is really weird as a concept, and we have no control over the rate of the trickling sands in our hourglasses.

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