I've had the opportunity to
Naperville Now's phalanges just do not pfly like they used to. And they may function about as well as this fellow's.
I have purposely refused to jump on the iPhone bandwagon because, to quote my friend Phil, "I don't want to be hip or cool." I so get that. I am so that.
And of course, I expect these texting gloves will really help this winter.
(What? No texting mittens for the advanced?)
I like my phone. It's old, functional and even has a qwerty keyboard. And that is the limit of its capabilities.
Our kids all have iPhones. And they never click through to the links of hilarious stuff I send them.
"My connection's too slow for that."
"Well, use the computer."
"This IS a computer. In my pocket."
"Fine, if you don't want to see the almost-naked guy in the French candy commercial."
"Resend that link."
Technology moves ever onward and advance we must. Adapt we must. And practice we must.
If you have any fingertip tips, drop me a note. Or txt.