Have you thought recently about the things that have been replaced by technology that were once a part of your life? How about some of these . . . 1. Making mixtapes. 2. The excitement of seeing how the photos from a roll of film turned out and putting them into albums...
We all may be guilty of saying to our kids..."You have it so easy today...when I was young..." So with that in mind who had it tougher . . . people who grew up without all the modern technology we're used to today, or people who did?
Technology is a wonderful thing when it is available and it works! We've all had days that we want to take a hammer to our computer or throw our smartphone out the window...and what are some of the most annoying technological issues:
I've blogged many times about my cousin who lost his legs in Afghanistan and I'm impressed in his abilities to get around with just a wheelchair and his upper body strength. Yet, it would be nice to see this aspect of his life become easier. Well, that time is now with Ogo Technology.
I have plenty of time off this November, and I'm already thinking about Christmas shopping. If technology is on a loved one's wish list, CNBC has reported that Amazon will have a 6-inch tablet available for $50 just in time for your holiday shopping.
Recently I showed you a video of my son Dylan making his coloring book come to life. The image on the page became 3D using a tablet an an app. Could other images that we need to know more about be viewed in a fourth dimension or...a hologram? The PBS Digital studio's think so.
My days of needing to monitor the baby are a few years behind me now, but seeing this video still sent shock waves down my spine. The thought of a stranger looking at my baby without my knowledge is very troubling to say the least.