Seemingly impervious to the uptake of knowledge -- Henry Rollins.
Sounds lovely but by the time I get a smart phone...I will not longer have any activities to record.
I rather doubt you'll be in the doddering ward any time soon. Its funny; I don't consider myself busy, but every week I have meetings with my mento; French lessons, and meetings at the hospital for projects; sometimes I have other things, too, like reminders to pick up election materials, pick up the daughter at school, etc. I have always been a little annoyed at the number of calendars we have; this technology might solve that. Dammit, Gates!
Sounds like already you can justify having one. Why not?
Because I don't like getting rid of things that work just because something that works better is available - unless I need that additional functionality. Not fond of Apple's prices, either.
Well I agree and prices are very high. I thought maybe you were trying to justify getting something newer or better. For the past several years I have had a cell phone on my daughters contract. Last year she paid for it. Last week I asked her to cancel my phone. So I will not have one. I can't afford a cell phone and a land line.I have her old ipod but for the life of me I can't find a useful use for it.
I know that there are many people, perhaps even people of my age, who feel that having something new and flashy is its own justification. Not me.
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