My dependence on technology

And I do hate to admit it, but I really do rely on the internet. Recently we swapped internet providers. Which meant about 3 weeks without the internet, which we only got back yesterday. If it hadn’t had my iPhone I would have probably died.

One of the reasons is my flickr account. I’m currently completing a 365 project. 365 days in pictures. I found it incredibly difficult to find inspiration every day when I knew I wasn’t going to be able to upload my photograph. I also love to see other people’s photos and it’s very hard to see a picture properly on the small iPhone screen.

Another reason is twitter. I am a total twitter addict. In fact half way through my internetless period, my twitter account was accidently suspended and I almost had a heart attack. I thought two weeks without the internet and now no twitter – how will I live? But they got it back for me within about 2 hours 😀

I also had only just begun to blog on here, and you really really can’t blog from an iPhone – i started to try and gave up. Too frustrating!

However, I did find, without the net, I was able to watch more TV with Gary, and I started to read the Twilight Saga for the first time – I will blog on that once I’ve read all four published books. I’ll just say for now, that it’s one of the most incredibly amazing stories I’ve ever read/seen/heard. But more on that next time 🙂

2 thoughts on “My dependence on technology

  1. Wow, not sure how you survived all that time without the internet… I might have died!

    I like the Twilight series, but I find them kind of poorly written. I mean, the storyline is interesting but style-wise, it feels (to me) like it was written by a kid, not a grown-up. But what do I know? :o)

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