If you’re at the age where you’ve had to adapt to virtually every new technology since the Telex machine and done so happily, and yet you find yourself saying, “Jesus! Enough already!” you’ll love this post from Andrea Mann.
This week, I was dragged kicking and screaming onto Google Plus. Or Google+, as it’s known by some. Or G+, as it’s known by people with busy lives.
I didn’t want to set up a Google Plus account, but had to because of my job. The place where I work is internet-based, you see, and extremely good at harnessing all the amazing internet-based things which make it one of the biggest and most successful websites around. Such as: getting everyone who works there to use Google+ (oh god, I’m starting to use the lingo already).
And the reason I didn’t want to set up a G+ (well, I do have a busy life) account is this: there’s only so much technology I can be bothered with these days.
In 1987, I sat my O Levels (younger readers: these are a bit like GCSEs, only harder. American readers:…
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