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Cast your mind back to the day of those graphics tablets that you connected to your PC so you could draw rather than try to create with mouse movements and clicks - what, you didn't use them? Nah, nor did I - too hard with the connections and software. I asked my friends what're the best apps for getting the most out of my investment (which has been significant - let me tell you!) and there were crickets... chirp, chirp, chirping in the background ... then a couple piped up and told me that it was no good asking them - I am who tells them all the cool stuff! <eyeroll> I told them all that they're sacked! I need new friends!
Do you love your technology? But you occasionally (or often) have days when you don't like it very much? Yeah, me too, well sorta! Let me tell you about something my technology helped me to do this week! You're gonna love it!
Everywhere we turn these days there's more and more opportunity to hook in, connect and share - socially, professionally and personally. Hook in, sign up, share and collaborate. These are all the things we all do online every day to keep up with friends, with colleagues, with work and with family. So how do we just disconnect and do we need to?
Natika describes herself as a tech-tragic. Having been swept up in Apple Mania, this is where she's at her most tragic, but she's been an early adopter of new technologies for years and loves exploring ways to adapt the latest gadgets into everyday life.