"And in the end, we were all just humans, drunk on the idea that love, only love, could heal our brokenness."
Hubby and I go out to eat 3-5 times a month and we've noticed many restaurants,( high and low end) have implemented touch screen pads on the table. You can order drinks, your main course, and dessert from it. You can also pay your bill on it. This is not a good move, and will most likely cut down on tipping. Seems the trend is replacing human interaction and customer service with technology under the guise of convenience for the people.
Last edited by herenow1; 11-09-14 at 10:22 PM.
1) If a person was employed with the post office for 40 years they would have a nice retirement waiting for them, of which, like all retirees and everyone else, they must live within their means.
2) Coding is not a required tenet of Internet success. There are companies who will build for a person any kind of website they want and can afford.
If I was able to use more pictures, I'd show how their lives go on all throughout retirement with their newfound knowledge and understanding of 20+ year old technology, but there's a glass ceiling for everything and everyone, man, such is life.
The Internet and computers are not as complicated as "older people" think it is - in fact, it is just like anything else, the more effort that is put into it, the more practice a person does, the sooner familiarity will occur. Be not afraid of technology, it is within our grasps to learn it, just like a 3-year-old can operate a smartphone, trial and error... baby steps, if you will
I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless midnight of racism and war that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a reality. - MLK