don't own a cell phone of any kind.....and don't intend to get one in the future.
well a year ago i caved and got a smaht phone... i rarely use the phone feature, however -- jespah can attest to that... i've called her maybe 5 or 6 times, and 2 of those were me inadvertently hitting buttons... i mainly use it as a camera and, of course, to listen to music...
I read somewhere that the Kennedy clan has control of all the American wifis. They apparently keep them all in a secret location somewhere near Matilda's Vineyard.
I think it was Matilda.
Over here, if our wifi malfunctions, we just wind the handle on our telephone on the hall wall, and Mrs Wentworth down at the post office connects us up again by pulling out and inserting various plugs.
...and possibly cursed considering the number of early deaths and other a-sordid happenings associated with them.
Tue 29 Mar, 2016 11:10 am
I found my smart phone most useful when I landed in the hospital and then was shipped off to rehab. Most medical facilities have good WiFi and it's free. (although one place required reregistration every 24 hours with a new password...which they assigned.... and it was 48 hours until the same email address could be used again)
It also comes in handy during the night when sleep is elusive. Gives me something to do instead of firing up the comp..