I got a new phone. It is not quite the experience of getting a new car, although for younger folks I suppose it is based on the amount of time and money they spend on their phones. My purchase, however, was a … Continue reading
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Tagged apps, captain kirk, cell phone, communications, gadgets, i phone, lifestyle, phone, phone cost, retirement, self-publisher, star trek, technology, writing
It amazes me how cell phones have become the norm. To me they’re nothing more than the perfect storm. Nope, cell phones and me, we find it hard to get along. Everything I attempt to do on them comes out … Continue reading
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Tagged android, call, calling, cell phone, communication, digital, internet, iphone, new technology, phone, phone number, smart phone, technology, techy, telephone
The older I get, the less patient I have become with new technology. Maybe this is normal. Maybe I’ve become one of those old dogs who can’t learn new tricks. Maybe. Strange, I always welcomed new gadgets and gizmos in … Continue reading
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Tagged cell phone, communicaton, customer survey, data, data collecting, digital, i phone, messaging, new technology, phone, robo-call, surveys, technology, telephone, texting
March 10, 1876…despite most folks havixng no idea what happened on this day, it’s a date that has really lived in infamy. That’s the day Alexander Graham Bell spoke into his new invention and said, “Mr. Watson, come here. I … Continue reading
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Tagged advertising, Alexander Graham Bell, apps, cell phone, communication, marketing, Mr. Watson, privacy, privacy statement, telemarketing, telephone
I have a reproduction of an old Eastern Airlines poster hanging in my kitchen, the one pictured. It has a great retro-flavored picture of Miami Beach on it circa late 1950s and the pitch line says, “Miami Beach, Florida—Just ten … Continue reading