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Friday, it’s smarter than me…

I used to have a semi-smart phone.
I liked it a lot.
I was easy to use.
I had a pretty “skin” on it.

I now have a smart phone.
It is taking a while to set it up the way I want.
More than once I should have washed my mouth out with soap.

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But it is pretty much the way I want it now.

I still don’t know how to use all the bells and whistles.
But a good many of those I have no use for and if I could delete them I would.
But then maybe some day I will want them.
I mean, whoever thought I would have my shopping list on my phone.
So maybe one day I will use the code scanner or watch a movie on it.

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Today, I think I will celebrate a phone that is smarter than me.

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21 thoughts on “Friday, it’s smarter than me…

  1. I jus bought a smart phone which is a pay-as-you-go because I only want it for emergencies. My nine-year-old granddaughter had to set it up for me. I still don’t know how to use it because I haven’t taken the time to play with it. πŸ™‚

    1. It does take some play time to get familiar with all the stuff on a cell phone. My cell is the only phone I have…no land-line…so I am playing a lot..

  2. I don’t have a cell phone, nor do I want one. I’d too would have a dumb phone. Oh wait, I’d have a smart phone, but be a dumb user.

    Have a terrific day. πŸ™‚

    1. It would be hard to go back to not having a cell phone after having one for several years. It’s nice to have my calendar and notes on it so I don’t carry a daytimer anymore. And it syncs with my computer so everything is always up to date…unless I get distracted and don’t make the entries.And it has GPS so I won’t get lost.

  3. Have FUN. We have a basic cell phone that rarely sees the light of day ~ it’s for emergencies and the occasional call home to say that we’re tied up.

    We spend less than $100 a YEAR on minutes.

      1. And finding it. Mostly my phone is off. I just use for emergencies or to get IMPORTANT calls. One time it was ringing and I didn’t recognize it. I was getting annoyed that someone wasn’t answering their phone an it was me!

    1. It is kinda skeery the way phones can “think”. I can even talk to this one and it will write what I say or find what I am looking for on the web.

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