Sunday, March 29, 2009
Greetings from the depths of our dark livingroom.
Actually, this is an example of that old song -- "Only a child can do it." You're too young to remember that song? Wellll, basically it talks about how children can figure out new technology easier and faster than adults can. I have no idea how to use the picture taking capabilities of my cell phone. However, without anyone instructing her, the 9-year-old has figured out how to take pictures both with MY cell phone and my husband's I-Phone. He discovered her new ability when he found this photograph on his I-phone.
There they are, the 9-year-old's Build-a-Bears, carefully arranged on a chair in our livingroom. Surprise!
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That is TOO cute!
My tech goal for March was to learn how to send pix from my phone to my laptop. My husband set up the stuff, and now I can. We have one gadget on order so my laptop has my own thingy to receive the Bluetooth signal.
And I need my teen daughter to do a shortcut on my phone so that the camera doesn't take me five minutes to find every time.
lol--thank goodness for helpers!
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