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Smorgasbord Blog Sitting Special – I Spy by author D. G. Kaye

“I feel this technological era has surpassed its scope of being informative and graduated into the extremely invasive.” This quote from Debby Gies‘ article on Sally Cronin‘s Blog Sitting Special is utterly gripping. Entitled I Spy, Debby’s post discusses the many means by which our privacy is not only compromised, but also encroached upon.

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

blog-sittingI am delighted to welcome author D.G. Kaye (Debby Gies) to the Blog Sitting team and Debby has been very much a part of Smorgasbord since I began posting in 2013. Hugely supportive of all those that she follows, her presence is a constant reminder that virtual friendships are as real as those that are face to face.

D.G. Kaye Author

D.G. Kaye is a nonfiction memoir writer who writes about life, matters of the heart and women’s issues. She writes to inspire others by sharing her stories about events she’s encountered, and the lessons that come along with them.

In her post today Debby explores how the innocent childhood game of I Spy that we would play in the car on long journeys has become a monster…..

I Spy – Is There Any Privacy Left Anywhere?

Remember that little game we used to play when we were kids in the car to…

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7 thoughts on “Smorgasbord Blog Sitting Special – I Spy by author D. G. Kaye”

  1. I hope “I Spy” gets a ton of attention since this is a current subject and always a huge concern due to our technology level. Debby is extra special and I find her writing samples and blog very engrossing. Thank you, Tina!
    Good luck with your vampire book and glad to meet you once again. I was over at Shey’s blog and enjoyed your interactions with the hamstahs and your book summary. 🙂

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  2. Welcome, Robin! It’s a pleasure to meet you. So glad you popped in. I appreciate that you visited both blogs and commented. Thanks so much for your good wishes, and all the best to you 🙂 ❤


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