ah, the classical “blame it on others” – perfect
There is a lot of modernity I am going to shun despite me being very tech minded. No home automation, no self driving cars, no home connected appliances. “They and Them” will still mean plural people and how I will always use them in that way. But I am still open to electric cars, voting by mail, and other modern ways of doing old things. Case in pont: our 1940s dresser is being refinished at my home by a carpender who will change $300 for the entire work which is a steal to me. He told me either Cash or Check." I had to find the checkbook-the last one was written in 1995. Might run to the ATM in the morning for the cash just in case!
I don’t want a automated home, don’t need it either.A self-driven car brings up tooo many problems with performance under upper Illinois Winters for my peace of mind.Pleeeze, a fridge that tells me what I need!?!?!? Fuggittabouttit, I can see for myself! And, how does it know I’m needing/not needing some things???Mail-in vote? Great!!! Love my Kindle Fire, cell phone, Switch, computer & other things that have come into my 67+ years.Like most of life, we use what we can, ignore what we don’t need & try not to be a Luddite nor a Fad Of The Minute.
It was strongly hinted by my part-time employer that I need to invest in an Ipad and Iphone instead of my Android phone. I respectfully declined, unless they are willing to gift them to me.
I am an analog girl living in a digital world. Neither my husband nor I have cell phones, tablets, e-Readers. One computer, a PC, we share. No WiFi here either because we don’t need it. Our friends think we live like cavemen.
Hate what you do not understand. ’Tis the way.
want to talk modernity? saw online that they now have shape-shifting AI devices