I love my PS3 and I can record, rewind or delete on the V+ box.
Sadly, I don’t have a clue about the internet. Until last October I rarely posted on forums and although a Facebook fan, my twitter account has been dormant since the day I set it up.
At the end of my most recent course, A215 Creative Writing, many of the students began to set up their own blogs. At first I ignored this, but current development in the world of e-books has made me realise that I have to tap into this market to succeed.
I don’t have a kindle and will always prefer a book, but I can definitely see the advantage of a lightweight device. I always take a book when I pick up my eldest children from school and I am currently reading the BBB (Big Blue Book). How lovely it would be to call this up on a screen in the car.
E-reading will never be able to replicate the woody smell of the bookshop. It can’t imitate the anticipation of waiting for the postman to deliver, but it will provide a convenience which is essential to todays carousel of daily life.
So now I have a new Twitter account, and I have worked out how to add some links. All I need now are some followers.