Yesterday I was given some gifts which require a least a little technological knowledge. One was a picture frame which can show me my life in slow motion, as long as I have the photos to load onto it. They're in the attic somewhere so will have to be found and then scanned into the Mac before this nifty gift can be of any use, but do I want to see my life in slow motion I ask myself.
The second is a video camera which is about the size of my hand. It's supposed to take good 'stills' too but the ones I've taken so far are dreadful. Must read the instructions a bit more.
The third present was a mini-Hetty (pictured). It's a wee hoover which I'm expected to keep on the desk here and use it to keep it clean. (I never realised it was mucky but obviously others don't agree.) It even has attachments for hoovering the keyboard so no excuses for crisp crumbs anymore. Sad really, I quite enjoyed the task of removing them with a toothpick when I was watching videos.
But I must modernise, can't allow myself to stick in the 2000s.
Don't expect any home-made videos though and do please understand if there are any grammatical errors it's all to do with Hetty interfering with my keyboard and nothing whatsoever to do with my typing skills. Bear with me, technology isn't my strong point!