Tag Archives: cell phones

Caller ID-ing

I am not a cell phone lover, and you, my readers, know from my past blogs of my less than frequent use of my phone. We still have our home line as the cell phone “lives” in the car most … Continue reading

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Telephonic Addictionitis

I am not a happy telephone talker. My telephone, both the house phone and the cell phone, are utilities only. The phone in the house has a caller ID. If I don’t recognize the caller, even if the number is … Continue reading

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Don’t Call Me; I’ll Call You

When Dimitris planned his latest trip to Greece to spend time with his mom and sister, I knew that I needed to have a back-up plan for support in case I were to fall or have a medical emergency. I … Continue reading

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Getting Skyped and Viberred

If you are not a computer user, you are probably baffled by hearing about some of your friends talking about skyping. They are making use of technology which appears to be “space age.” By downloading a free Skype program from … Continue reading

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Gadgets

The world today has plenty of gadgets. I’m not into all of them by any means. I have a cell phone which resides in my car and is turned on sparingly. My “gadget of gadgets” is an iPod, given to … Continue reading

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Cell, No! (repeat)

Yes, I do own a cell phone. I have had it several years. It is completely utilitarian and “lives” in my car. I don’t know what my cell phone number is, but it is written on the back of the … Continue reading

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