Wednesday, 13 February 2008

Modern Gadget

Just came back from work and I didn't want to miss out on today's posting.
So must get it published before the clock struck 12am. I have missed out on several postings due to the CNY holiday.

Today I would like to share an old photo that I took. But I am fascinated by the intense look on this boy as he played a game on his Dad's mobile! It seems like mobile phone is a compulsory gadget in our lives these days. We can't live without it! But at times, it can really be a nuisance to our peace of mind! I wish I don't have a mobile....but my family and friends would never agree to this!!! This happpened to me end of last year. For your info, I had lotsa peaceful time of my own then!!! Alas, the peace couldn't last coz I received so many complaints asking me to get my mobile subscription activated asap!!!

Would you prefer to have a mobile or without? Let's hear what you have to say!


Jackie said...

Oh I love this boy's expression - like nothing else in the world matters!

I resisted getting a phone for ages, until I worked in a job where I was visiting people alone in their homes so got one for safety. And now, even though I don't really use it all that much, I don't think I'd want to be without it. It's kind of like a security blanket!

alicesg said...

Hahaha, everyone in family has a mobile while the home phone is idle. I wondered if I should stop subscription of my home phone.

But anyway, nowadays I dont get much call cause everyone seems so lazy to use the phone, instead everyone using the email or instant messages. Even my siblings are corresponding with me on instant messaging on the

Keropok Man said...

how can one live without a mobile now??? haha..

ya, like alice, the home line is totally idle. but it's still there because it comes free without subscription.

but at times, i totally silent my phone, so that is does not vibrate or sound at all. there's a reason the silent function is created. haha...

"Use your first smile, your first form of generosity, of love, of kindness—use it at home; start at home. And if there is something left over—if … your plate is just full of abundance of patience and goodness and smiles and joy, then by all means, you should go … and offer that to others. But we must begin at home." by Dr Robin Smith