Everyday NhanSense: Each day, I will blog about something that comes to mind. My goal is to practice writing about my hobbies, my interests, my opinions and so forth.
Day 97’s Topic: Cellphones.
Well, talk can be quite cheap, but I backed up my words from yesterday.
I went and bought a smartphone. Finally. Take a gander at the amazing transition from the old (we’re talking five years here!) to the new(ish), as technology is always rapidly evolving.
Nonetheless, I can’t help it. Don’t get me wrong. I loved my old phone. It was with me through thick and thin, through some of my most troubling times and whatnot. But at the end of the day, technology was not its forte. It was certainly lacking a lot of features that are so mainstream now.
But the phone did its job and then some for a long while. I just needed to text and make phone calls, though the luxury of being able to snap pictures or browse the internet proved too enticing to pass up.
I just bit the bullet and went through with the purchase of a smartphone, mainly as a means of catching up a bit with modern times.
It’s kind of funny how the much cellphones have become so important to day-to-day operations. It used to be having such an advanced piece of tech was unheard of for a regular person. Heck, I still recall seeing older cellphones when I was a kid. You know, those brick-like things that maybe the school principal had.
Times sure change, don’t they? I still remember having to ask permission from my friends’ household to use the phone to dial home for a ride.
Pff, talk about primitive!
Now it’s time to learn how to use my smartphone to its fullest capabilities. I am a total newbie at it, and I bet a lot of kids can probably school me on the nuances.
“Get good. Be better.” – Nhan Fiction