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[teacherartexchange] techy stuff


From: Susan Bennett (seasideblueviolet_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Tue Apr 01 2008 - 07:09:45 PDT

What is the best new techy phone to have without
paying out your life saving?
Also anyone know what to do when Flash will not work
right on the new Vista programs?
--- Ellen Burnside <> wrote:

> Your post made me think of some recent tidbits I've
> learned about technology....from my Dad! Even though
> I am considered a Gen Xer, my Dad, who is an
> electrical engineer, is usually more up to date on
> technology than I am. My parents were here for a
> week recently and my Dad brought his new laptop with
> him. Evidently it has Verizon so that even if he is
> not in a place with "wireless internet" he can still
> get online. He also has a small device that is
> actually a GPS without a screen. He simply hooks it
> up to his laptop in the car. However, when the
> battery on the laptop ran out he realized it's a
> good idea to have a backup hardcopy map! On the
> bright side, my folks did get to see a little more
> of the locale than they had anticipated. As for me,
> since it's Spring Break, I should probably look into
> replacing the cell phone my great uncle (also a
> techno geek) gave me years ago when he upgraded. For
> a relatively younger person, who also teaches a
> computer art class, I sure am a fuddy duddy
> sometimes!
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