Smartphone Configuration for Social Media Marketing in Frederick MD (Photo credit: Frederick Md Publicity)
I must be the only person alive who still doesn’t have a Smartphone.
It isn’t that I don’t want to get one. The fact of the matter is I’m not important enough to actually need one. I don’t know if the cost justifies it for me. What if I lost it?
I don’t have a lot of appointments to keep track of, and I’m not an executive. I don’t really have pictures to show anyone else.
But, I’m thinking it’s important to keep up with technology. I’d like to scroll through the few pictures I have. I’d like to talk to Siri. Would she make me any smarter?
I’ve noticed that once a person gets a Smartphone they are obsessed with it. They are continually checking and re checking their email. It doesn’t matter who they are, or what they’re like. A few minutes after purchasing one, their heads are buried in it.
Maybe it would make me closer to my relatives? Maybe I would get in the mood to message them if it was more convenient. Would it make me closer to them?
I did hear Danielle Steel, on ” The View” say it’s making the kids more distant from each other. She said, “they don’t call each other anymore, and hear a human voice.”
Is she right about that?
Do you think a Smartphone is helpful for a person over 60? What do you like best about yours? Which Smartphone would you recommend?
I would appreciate your comments.
Mapquest adds bike directions (Photo credit: Richard Masoner / Cyclelicious)
I don’t know about you, but my GPS has become one of my best friends. It is one freeing item. I just turn it on and it will direct me to my destination. I just listen to it, but that works fine.
I used Mapquest for a while and I thought that was the greatest invention since sliced bread. However, holding the directions and driving at the same time might not have been the best thing to do. Besides, it didn’t account for roadblocks, and incessant orange barrels. One thing they do in Columbus, Ohio, is rebuild the roads. I guess I’d complain if they didn’t.
Imagine my dismay when my GPS stopped working. I was one lost puppy. I started using mapquest again. Which is a good thing, but doesn’t account for the never-ending road closings and detours that I’ve faced lately.
So, finally I called the Target warranty center, and found out there’s an update I have to install to get it to work. If your Tom Tom GPS is saying it can’t locate the signal, that’s why! If you need to fix it, go to http://us.support.tomtom.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/6964.
Okay, I expect to get frustrated doing this, so I’ll call their help line. I’m not going to even attempt it by myself.
All this tech stuff drives me a bit crazy. I guess older brains aren’t just wired up to handle the whole thing. Maybe I ought to find an eight or nine-year old to help me. I’m amazed at how tuned in kids are to all this stuff.
Nevertheless, I’m really happy that the GPS exists, and I can use it.
How about you? Do you have problems plugging into the modern world? What do you like about it? What don’t you like about it?