On July 1st, Google is getting rid of Google Reader, which is how some (most) people read blogs that they follow.
I read my blogs using my Blogger Dashboard, so I don't know if that is going to be affected as well.
Rumor has it that Google Friend Connect is going bye-bye also.
(Although, I did some research and couldn't find any info that said Google Friend Connect is going away, just Google Reader)
Anyhow, people are assuming that Google Friend Connect will be gone on July 1st (or shortly after).
If that's the case, then I might as well jump on the Bloglovin bandwagon that everyone has hoped on.
Not sure if I like the format of it (and I will keep my fingers crossed that Google still lets me read my blogs on my Blogger Dashboard).
So, to be on the safe side, I created an account with Bloglovin.
If you want to follow my blog with Bloglovin, click here:
Now, onto more important things.
Specifically, March Madness.
I love, love, love, love, love this time of year for College Basketball.
Do I watch College Basketball during the regular season? No. (Well, just my Colorado Buffaloes)
Do I watch the NBA? No way. Not a fan.
But, March Madness? I am OBESSED.
I have filled out a bracket every year since I was in high school.
The past few years, I have been in charge of the Basketball Pool at my school.
It's just so fun. I love seeing all the upsets.
March Madness is what competition is all about.
All these teams & players trying their hardest to win.
Giving it their all. Doing everything they can.
I love that most of the games come down to the last few minutes.
The buzzer beater games are the best.
It's so exciting and I don't even know anything about most of these teams.
I just randomly pick teams for my bracket and then hope they win.
And, this year, for the 2nd straight year, my Colorado Buffaloes made it!
They are a #10 seed & play Illinois in the first round.
You better believe I will be picking Colorado to win that game.
I will probably pick Colorado to win the 2nd round also, but that could be a bracket buster for me.
I always pick with my heart, rather than my head, which hurts my bracket most years. Ha!
And, almost every year, I pick Kansas or Duke to win the whole thing (and that rarely happens)
I haven't filled out my entire bracket, but as of now Duke & Kansas are both in my Final 4.
Do you fill out a bracket?
Who are you picking to win the whole thing?