I spent yesterday rearranging my studio. I mean, not just the stuff in the studio, but I changed rooms with the cats. Yes, they have their own room with their litter and the rest is a bunch of stuff that needs to go somewhere. At least it looks lived-in and not just a litter box.
And then I started working on one of my novels. Finally. I was hoping if I changed up my space, I might feel motivated to get back to writing. So far, so good.
So, then, after my brief writing bout, I scrolled through my videos on my iPhone, and the one with Daisy when she was just a kitten when we were living in Florida the second (or third) time around, caught my eye. Then I thought about what music would be a good match for a 15-second remix and I was reminded of my “Curious” track for FAWM23. Perfect, right?
It’s getting a healthy number of views on YouTube so that made me happy. I looked to see how it was doing on “T” and – I couldn’t believe this – it was marked as “sensitive content.” Seriously? There was a link to appeal it, which I clicked right away. Okay, let’s see what happens next.
So what is “sensitive content?” T says this warning label is for “potentially sensitive content . . . such as violence or nudity.” Uh, no, none of that is in this video. See for yourself – Curious Kitty. 15 seconds of sweetness.
PS – Twitter has admitted it was marked “sensitive content” in error.