Tag: technology

  • You know you’re addicted when …

    Today, I got around to reading an article I saved from The Washington Post. I saved it because the topic is related to my previous post, so I thought I’d write something about this as well. Apparently, kids today (Gosh, that makes me sound like an old person when I’m not) are exploiting bugs in […]

  • Screen Time doesn’t mean anything

    The Mac operating system got an upgrade the other day: Catalina. It’s so cool; I feel like I got a new computer. One of the things I was hoping they’d implement – and maybe someone somewhere was reading my mind, because they did – is Screen Time. It was already on the iPhone; why not […]

  • Technological Catch 22

    I read Joseph Heller’s Catch 22 as a senior in high school.  I really enjoyed it.  Then again, when haven’t I liked a book?  I can’t think of many I’ve hated.

  • Social Media

    I had a random epiphany today.

  • Windows 10

    After waiting for what seemed like forever, I was finally able to download Windows 10 last night.  I’m still getting used to it, but I think I like it.  I definitely like the new web browser, Microsoft Edge.  The address bar is where it should be – at the top.  I never got used to having […]