Posts Tagged: technology

Good thing we didn’t find E.T.

It’s closing time for “Family Week”.  Today’s final post relates to my family’s unique challenges with phones. We can start with me, a staunch resister of cellular phones for as long as possible and then even longer.  One was forced on me during my last few years at work (I can’t honestly say it contributed… Read more »

Phone home

No, this isn’t a blog on how I was influenced by E.T. when I was a kid (although I have great admiration for Steven Spielberg).  We’re done with those blogs for a while. It’s back to the random ramblings of a reasonably regular routine on the Jeffrey M. Daniels blog, so let’s stop this preamble… Read more »

(Don’t) Text me

So, just yesterday we briefly touched on relationships, or more specifically, my competence in relationships and I dropped a tease for today’s post about texting.  Writers do those types of tricks.  It’s supposed to get you to come back.  Raise your hand if it worked. About two weeks ago, I put up a post about… Read more »

Some dreams die of new age

I have always liked to read. When I was little, I read comic books and then books and then encyclopedias and then dictionaries and then atlases (atlasi?) and then more books and comics and newspapers and magazines.  Basically, I like to read. A couple of years before I left for college, I managed a small… Read more »

Wireless

Another foray into the never-ending battle between my and today’s technology.  Read on… I get it.  Really, I do.  You have to keep buying the new stuff because…well…it’s the new stuff.  And I do buy it.  Really, I do.  I just don’t buy it as quickly as everyone else. I’ve already detailed how others have… Read more »