With the coming of the new iPad-Apple has essentially made the iPhone, as one blogger put it-the "older brother."
Of all people at Ambassador, I'm the least likely to be talking about this new phenom in technology. But I find myself like a kid waiting for my birthday--which, by the way, isn't that far off either!
The iPhone has literally changed my technical life--and to a great extent, my personal life. How I connect with my friends; how I manage emails, and Facebook. Instead of swapping recipes (which I've never done!)--it's "what's your favorite app?"
So what's different? I've had cell phones for years but tenaciously avoided "technology." Until the iPhone! It's easy to navigate; easy to communicate; easy to discover new ways to do old things.
Who knew I'd have my Bible on my phone. In the version I prefer! That I'd read books on a screen and communicate thousands of miles away with friends in Africa, India-and across town in Seal Beach!
This "older sister" is anticipating a new generation of doing old things in a new way!