Sunday, April 26, 2009

when I was a kid

We didn't have internet, so it didn't matter if it was down for half a day. What did we used to do to get our news? Oh, right, watch tv only at noon and 6.

Glad to be back.

2 comments:

hoyden said...

I heard on NPR the other day (yeah, old school radio) that more people are now considering both TV and microwaves as non-essential items, but Internet service as essential item.

Wendy said...

When I was a kid, watching the news was the worse possible torture!

Now, I'm a news junkie and I get it all, you guessed it, from the Internet ;).

Funny how things change. I don't have a microwave, and I rarely watch television - and when I do, it's a feed on the Internet rather than on the actual television - but I feel totally disconnected when I don't have the Internet.