Quotation Of The Day ~ Steve Jobs: Stay hungry. Stay foolish
Up until a month or so ago, i had never, ever owned a mobile device of any kind. No, it's true. I saw no need for one. Heck, i wouldn't even have a landline if it weren't a necessity. (Hardly anyone ever calls me anyway, apart from telemarketers -- who seem to have a magical sense of knowing when i'm eating my dinner...).
Besides, i don't have a lot of respect for cellphone users. I think they look really daft walking down the street talking or texting on their device, and i saw this at Bentley's (pub) a while back: a man and a woman, obviously on a date, and the woman spent a vast amount of time yapping into her 'phone. The man didn't look too impressed; i merely thought they were ridiculous.
Plus, imagine going to a music concert of, say, Albinoni, and, just at the most chilling & spine-tingling moment of his Adagio, someone's 'phone rings. It would (i submit, m'Lud) be justifiable homicide.
That said, i was in Kelsey's (pub) a wee while back, and a couple of my friends who work there were on a break and using their 'phones and i was intrigued, and i asked about them. And they extolled their virtues and (respecting their opinions) i started to think about it.
Email & Internet through a fondleslab -- it started to appeal to me more and more.
And, the upshot is, i am now the proud owner of one of these:
And so, i ordered this book, and Mr Postman delivered it today:
I will be reading it avidly! (I ordered it from www.bookdepository.com, an outfit based in Guernsey [although the book was shipped from Gloucester] [?] -- great service, free shipping, i recommend them.)
Here's the playlist (cos i know you care):
P.J. Harvey - To Bring You My Love
Chris Foster - Outsiders
Quintessence - In Blissful Company
Steve Hackett -- Watcher Of The Skies
Allan Holdsworth - None Too Soon
Santana - Guitar Heaven
Big Country - Glasgow's Big Day Out (ssh! a bootleg)
The Trews - Hope & Ruin
Rory Gallagher - Blueprint
Sass Jordan - From Dusk Til Dawn
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