I live in Manhattan. A smartphone is basically required and not for downtime, for getting around.
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23-05-2012, 15:16 #91
23-05-2012, 15:31 #92
And don't be judgy about the people at the Dr's office who are "connected."
This is the problem lol One of my good friends was anti-smartphones for that reason of avoiding connectedness. Then he got a smartphone and now he loves it. And this is a guy who talks to strangers constantly.
While not entirely related, I think it's relevant that I prefer wired keyboards & mice. I dislike having the extra hassle of replacing batteries in wireless ones, and will often trade in convenience for less upkeep/hassle.
Woah I got real preachy there lol sorry
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23-05-2012, 15:44 #93
I'm actually looking forward to switching back to a wired mouse on my PC. I sit in weird positions and obscure the receiver sometimes.
23-05-2012, 16:19 #94
i can't even handle a smartphone, i am planning to get one but i rather buy it my self and take a low budget sim-only call+sms+internet bundle.
the one i am planning to take has a qwerty keyboard on the side, ppl always keep saying to me that i have to take one within the touch screen but i already have fights with a navigation system, you can expect a phone like that smashed against the wall within a few hours. (if you're lucky)
23-05-2012, 16:55 #95
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23-05-2012, 17:53 #96
I like my Smartphone, and in fairness, I only ended up getting it because it was free - the company who provides the service, I have been with for something like 7 years, and so to keep me loyal, they give me stuff while I still pay a pretty reasonably priced plan that covers all the things I need to do. I tend to be less attached to it that some of the people in my classes are attached to their phones, but they are mostly 5-6 years younger than me, so idk. I like to use mine for stuff like checking bus/train times, sometimes I load books onto it, or puzzle games if I'm stuck waiting somewhere. Oh, and the GoogleSky app is really awesome - I like it for stuff like that, I guess it's not really necessary for me, but it is a nice treat to have one.
Then again, I'm more attached my computers - games, photoshop, keeping up with distant friends, learning about technology, discussing stuff on forums (more learning, depending on the forum). I suppose others might not be as attached to their pcs/laptops. The way online communities function is something I've always been fond of and found rewarding, especially in games and arty type communities - lots of trade and barter and general sharing of things.
I sometimes feel old when I have to explain to the young whipper-snappers what IRC is.
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23-05-2012, 18:13 #97
24-05-2012, 02:50 #98
What helped me feel older and continues to make me feel older all the time is how young I think high school and college kids look.
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