I do my best to keep up with technology but it's a struggle. There are days I'd like to say stop this merry-go round, I want to get off. However, I don't dare let up because I don't want to be left behind. The MacBook Air laptop is my latest purchase and I am loving it. It's unbelievably light and since I'm such a lap worker it's a delight to keep on the table by my chair to use off and on through the day with little effort. I do think though there is a limit to how far I will go with all these gadgets.
In Oregon it's against the law to drive and talk on a cell phone. Daughter and I were out shopping, only the two of us in the car, when she begins a conversation with someone other than me. She's talking to her dad using her iPhone watch! I'll pass on that I think.
She's a Neonatal Intensive Care Nurse Educator in a children's hospital in Texas so she's constantly on the move. More than the phone feature she enjoys having her calendar on her wrist. She's able to tell at a glance which room she needs to be in next. I text her often, partly because I'm big on texting, and sometimes to report on her dad. She's able to read those messages on her wrist.
And to think computers were not available for many of my working years. Remember typing when you had to make carbon copies? Times have changed. I have no desire to go back to the old ways but sometimes I have to run pretty fast to keep up with the new.