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Technology: Good or Evil?
Studly Doright and I drove to Nashville, Tennessee, to celebrate Christmas with our family. Playing games and writing future blog posts on my iPhone kept me occupied for several hours of the eight and a half hour trip. Yea, technology!
But somewhere northwest of Atlanta, right in the middle of the composition of perhaps the most spell-binding, sure-to-go-viral blog post in history, my WordPress app crashed. Boo, technology!
I didn’t want to delete the app and reload it because I wasn’t sure what I’d lose if I did so, instead, opting to wait until I returned home, so I could save any worthwhile drafts to my iPad. Yea, technology!
Of course, upon reexamining that world-shaking prematurely preempted post, I found it to be less exemplary than I’d first imagined.
If the app hadn’t crashed, I’d most likely have posted that article to my blog where it would have languished among similarly less than fascinating posts. Again, yea, technology!
Of course, now I’m woefully behind on posting. Boo, technology.
But, I beat level 670 on Candy Crush with all the free time not posting to the blog provided me. Yea! Technology!
I had way more important things to do this past week, anyway:
Our family at The Escape Game in Nashville:
A trip to the Grand Ole Opry and Tootsie’s Famous Orchid Lounge:
And indulging in Christmas gift-giving and birthday celebrating.
Yea, technology for allowing me to share with each of you!