Monday, September 14, 2009

"I love technology, but not as much as you, you see."

But seriously, folks, I've self-taught myself a lot about computers, and I tend to pick up quickly on anything computer/electronics related. Oddly enough, there are a few pretty big things that most people would assume I have/like ... and I don't.

1. Well, I just recently got a laptop, and it was given to me, so I have to cross that off my list.

2. I don't own an iPod. True story. I have a small (free) mp3 player that holds about 40 songs. It was a gift when I signed up for Comcast back in the day. I think I fear that if I buy an iPod, I'll insist I get the BEST one, and then go crazy buying songs to fill it. And I would.

3. I don't have a Blackberry. I do, however, have a keyboard on my phone. It's a necessity.

4. At school, we have online lesson plans. I hate them. I am visual and need to see all my plans laid out in grid form. I need to see my own handwriting and my own highlighting. I cannot conform!

5. I don't have a flat panel tv. I do have flat screen, but I've not upgraded to flat panel... it's in a dream I have, though!

3 comments:

ren said...

Is this your first year doing online lesson plans?

Sizzledowski said...

No, we've been doing it for 5 years. I just don't use them for my own personal use. I input them because I have to, but I use the old school book for use during the day.

Who is this?

Also, I SWORE that said, "online piano lessons," for some reason, and I was so confused!

Kass said...

I'd give you an iPod mini that I have but it doesn't hold a charge on its own (needs to be hooked up to a power source constantly).