What’s happening these days? Mercy, all this high-tech stuff is getting too technical and way out of hand for me. One day, it’s blogger.com, then a facebook.com request from someone, the next day it’s a twitter.com request, next it’s a myfriend.com. Then there’s Flickr, a method of putting photos into a stockpile. Boy, all these ways to get in touch with someone on the computer ... when will it end? Is there a limit in sight? What happened to just plain ole’ e-mails? That’s high-tech enough for this feeble mind. I thought I would never understand that one. How in the world can a person send another person something by/or through wires? Then someone came out with wireless computers!
Oh, brother. I couldn’t figure out telephones when I first started using them. I mean, how did we call someone on the other end of town, much less, the other end of the state, or another town or state? I was baffled by all of it in the beginning. I had just gotten used to watching things on TV, much less understanding, and trying to grasp how all that worked.
I understand there are telephones with screens on them, so you can actually see the person you’re talking to. Talking to someone on a phone (and I don’t mean a cell) while flying in an airplane is way past me ever figuring that out. Right now, I can at least write my blogs in Word like I have been, save it and move it over to the blog template (which I have bookmarked). And post it. That’s about as technical as I get.