You might guess from my blog entries that I’m no techie. Most things related to the newest of technology usually holds my attention for less than a minute. While most nerds (and I mean that in the nicest of ways) can tell you most everything about a gadget they own- I’m content with only knowing about what I need and gradually asking ancient questions to learn along the way (and thus appearing less intelligent). When I was younger I was much better at knowing more of the workings of any gadget I owned. After owning 8 or more phones over the years, I’m not as eager to learn everything about them.
While trying to burn off some time this afternoon I stumbled across an article about 13 things a user can do with their iPhone using Siri. Really there’s only about 10 things I saw (the rest were repeats), one or two of them being really neat and otherwise a good way to lose 20 minutes. If you’re ever wanting to know how many planes are flying over you at the moment- you might want to check this out.
For now, I’m still content with all of the other gazillion things my phone can do. The way I see it, if one were stuck on an island and had an endless battery cycle, if they had an internet connection, I wouldn’t call that being stranded at all. I’d call it a vacation.