Thursday, November 22, 2007

Is This the Twenty-first Century, or Not?

Welcome to the Twenty-first Century, Chuck.

For the first time I noticed, my cell phone has forty built-in ring tones. And I have only three names to assign them to. I even composed a ring-tone for my Grandson.  We tested it today, calling from one corner of the room to another.  It worked.  Hilarious. 

This can be a wonderful century...as soon as I catch up with the rest of the world.

5 comments:

msecz said...

I know what you mean .... my grandaughter was showing me all her Dads rings today too. then she showed me how she could set the alarm with it too.... very interesting. She is teaching me as much as I can teach her. what fun, huh?
Hope you had a nice thanksgiving today
Sandra

madcobug said...

Makes you wonder if he were still living what Alexandra Graham Bell would think about all these cell phone gadgets. Helen

jmorancoyle said...

    Cell phones cost too much. ONe of the most painful parts of the 21st century is that a lot of the advances our ancestors made with the labor movement in the 20th century have disappeared.
Jude
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garnett109 said...

I'm still trying to catch up with the 20th centry!lol!

firestormkids04 said...

I love all this new stuff ~ just can't make it all work. :(  Blessings, Penny  http://journals.aol.com/firestormkids04/FromHeretoThere http://journals.aol.com/firestormkids04/TimeforaLittlePoetry