Before the digital device we were fluent in the art of conversation, we were reasonable at handwriting and used snail mail, xeroxes and faxes. The home and work telephone was a devise connected by overhead wires and required an exchange to communicate. How things have changed.
In the short space of 50 odd years telecommunications has evolved to a device we can do everything on. Its as big as pack of cigarettes and thinner, we can listen to music, find our way, take or make call anytime, see what your fiends and family are up, make an enquiry, buy things and find things out. The possibilities are endless!
What did you do before the mobile age, are you old enough to remember, do you need to ask? When you next take a walk look around, how many do see that are device blind….
Mike Briggs, Hobart November 2016