Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Smart Does Not Define the User

It was time for a phone upgrade. I got a smart phone just like everyone else in the office. Jon had to do some set up with it because it wouldn't turn on. 

I didn't realize how difficult it would be to learn a new phone. So far, I have learned how to make calls, add contacts and send text messages. The buttons to type things seem to be a bit small for my fat fingers but it took me awhile to learn to text with my other phone. 

I'm "cheating" and using the manual to learn the features. At some point, I'll install apps, but that's a couple weeks down the road. I got my Google email on the phone but I also need to add my company email. I play with the phone until I get frustrated and then go do something else. I'm not sure whether to feel excited that I'm running with the tech savvy people or scared because I haven't the foggiest idea what I'm doing. 

The best news is that the phone still fits in the cell phone pocket in my purse. That's very important. 

Beverage:  Africa Rooibos tea


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