Posts Tagged ‘technology’

Here’s a graph (Christine Bonnington, Wired Magazine, Aug.29, 2011) which shows a trend of interest to senior women. We’re not as technophobic as we used to be. In fact, we are using smartphones, tablets, and eReaders in increasing numbers. We are the dark blue band at the top of the graph.

“Early adopters [of smart phones, tablets, and eReaders] tend to be younger and male. As consumer technology products gain wider acceptance, more women and more older consumers join the mix,” says Don Kellogg, director of telecom research & insights at Nielsen. (more…)

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I got an e-mail this morning. It seems that a James Masters wants to be my Facebook friend. I had to think for a second and then I remember that I knew a Skip Masters back in Southern Regional High School. They say that you never forget your first of anything. First kiss, first – whatever.

Well Skip Masters was my first – whatever. He was also the first guy to stand me up for my high school prom. But I guess that would be an oxymoron because your high school prom comes only once and you can never have a second first. But anyway, I thought, if it is that James Masters, why would he want to be my friend? And, more importantly, why in the world would I want to be his friend. (more…)

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