5 Top Rated Tablet PCs (Photo credit: sidduz)
This short clip humorously highlights the fact that no digital tablet will ever replace the comfort of the paper.
Certainly not for me anyhow. My eyes get sore reading off a tablet but not when I am reading a book. Also you can’t smell and feel a tablet. Books all the way for this little black duck
Painted by Chinese Artists, Dai Dudu, Li Tiezi and Zhang An, oil on canvas, 2006.
This painting is truly remarkable. Even more amazing though, is that the canvas has been computerized. When you click on the link below, a much bigger version of the computerized painting appears.
Run your cursor over the people. The program tells you who they are – every single one of them. BUT click on a person and you obtain the individual’s life history.
This is fascinating… Can keep you busy for hours!
Warren William, in The Mind Reader (Photo credit: fortinbras)
This video is very revealing, and scary. Yikes!
Just goes to show you how trusting we all are, even though we shouldn’t be. We must learn to be more vigilant.
What’s the old saying? If you want your mobile phone, or your DVD player, or VCR programmed, or Computer worries fixed, or anything like that, then get one of your grandchildren to do it.
To be honest, I always try to fix them myself first, The Spouse laughs at me because I hate reading the instruction manuals. I always leave them as a last resort.
Nothing brings on a fit of the blues faster than if my computer doesn’t work. Sigh! I know OBSESSION!!
I would like to thank Dor from http://countryliving4beginners.wordpress.com/ for nominating me for these two Awards. I was so excited to receive them. It really gives you a boost to your day to think that other people appreciate what you do. Please visit Dor’s blog it is well worth the read. I look forward to her posts. If you look at My Lovely Community you will see the people I follow and can I suggest that you have a browse through them as they are all wonderful bloggers and well worth a look. Please support them.
I was reading some other posts and one caught my eye about letters. Historians have always used letters to fill out the lives and times of famous people and now that people don’t seem to write letters much anymore, it will be hard for them in the future. However, I think that is where blogging comes in. All the little things we write will give the future historians a wonderful eye view of what our society thought and did. Some blogs are really personal like journals, and some have the most beautiful photographs, then there are the political comments, writing tips, computer tips, gardening, health, fitness, cooking, religion,spirituality, science, animals, and some delve into the minutiae of daily life. Whatever our blogs say or do they are important, not only to us but to our readers and maybe our future readers. So I say, GO BLOGGERS GO! You are doing a public service.