EDM # 61 is a grouping of similar objects. This fits in nicely with my desire to record things that we are using and wearing etc. I finally got myself a mobile last week (that small cheap thing on the right) and happened to say it to one of the family who sent me their old handset (on the left). I couldn't believe how cheap and nasty that Nokia was, it looked like a toy, but I only need a phone to keep in my bag and use very occasionally so it wasn't of great importance but I like the hand-me-down Motorola (left) so I switched chips and now use that one. It's really easy to use, has a camera (which I'll probably never use!) and the design means I won't accidentally hit buttons and run up phone bills!
Secretly, I have a love of gadgets but I try not to succumb to it so I haven't fully investigated what Mark's Sony Ericsson (top) can do because I know my life will then feel empty without it! Ignorance is bliss where gadgets and I are concerned!
Ignorance is not something Paul could be accused of, he's been on a learning curve this week having bought a computer made up of his own specifications that he's been building himself! Must be something in the genes. Reminds me when I first met Mark and he had a sound system he built himself (no, those Mission speakers don't sound any better to me, sorry!) I wonder what it is that makes tinkering more appealing to men than woman?
In other news (or rather trivia) winter still hasn't arrived here. In fact, since the new year I've noticed birds are singing and active, the cats have started patrolling again, trees are showing signs of buds and the shops are selling tulips already! Now I have something new to worry about - that summer could be a scorcher!