It’s a funny old thing not having internet. I realise the irony of that statement when written on a blog. Currently I’m on line by virtue of tethering to my phone. On Tuesday though I will be set up for internet without having to go eek at a rising bill.
It a weird thing having a pay monthly mobile. I went for it because I wanted a fancy phone and I suppose it seemed better to pay x amount a month rather than buying a pay-as-you go phone. Anyway I’m now into, I suppose you could say, extra time with my data allowance. This all seems a bit silly as I still have hundreds of minutes and thousands of texts unused. Wouldn’t it be nice if they could be converted to data.
Earlier today I thought I’d lost my phone, it was just me panicking, but I felt strangely isolated. Without my phone, and by extension without internet, the only way to contact anyone is to physically visit them!
One response to “The Internet”
It is interesting how much we come to rely on technology which, not many years ago, didn’t exist at all!