Sometimes technology makes us safer and at other times it causes us to put ourselves into more danger than necessary. Cell phones when used appropriately are great to have. Almost everybody has one these days, but using them while driving is as bad as or worse than driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
OK, it’s a new year maybe you have a few new resolutions and one of them pertains to having a healthier body. It is a fairly common annual resolution: “get in shape,” people jot down at the beginning of the year. But it’s one of the first items on the new “to do in 2010” list to fall by the wayside.
Just want to say your last article (Barb Kampbell’s Dec. 15, 2009, Lighter Load column) really made me think. And you know what? You are right. I really liked that article.
With the advent of the iPhone a couple of years ago, so-called “smart phones” are starting to catch on in a big way. Smart phones have been around for a few years, but they’ve mostly consisted of rather clunky designs that didn’t have broad appeal to everyday cell phone users.
Did you send your post card to the White House? Did you get your two friends to send theirs? The “Where’s the Jobs” campaign is alive and well but we need more people participating.