My youngest son and I had an interesting conversation this past Sunday as we were leaving the arena after his speed skating practice. Rather than sitting in the bleachers fiddling with my iPhone as I am usually wont to do, I had instead just completed 20 exercise laps (walking) around the perimeter of the rink. During the 20 laps, I listened to music on my iPhone, posted 3 messages to Twitter, and on my final pass, recorded a video of the loop for subsequent sharing. I figured that was an acceptable improvement over my usual practice.
But maybe not. It would appear that my continued use of the iPhone technology for walking is still problematic. Check out this conversation:The Day Without Technology
So, the Saturday in question is tomorrow. That gives me about 150 minutes now to make use of technology, and then I’ll be off for 24 hours.
[Subsequent to the recording, we negotiated that my use of technological amenities around the house for basic human needs is permissible, but not electric lights once it get dark. Also, apparently, cameras fall into the “not okay” list, so I’ll be foregoing pictures, too.]
However, I’m certainly looking forward to tomorrow. I’m guessing that my son will be less enthralled with his technology tomorrow, too.