how many forms of communication do you have? in this tech savvy world people are more connected in the technological sense more than ever...
how many types of devices do you use on a daily basis?
I use my computer almost every day, but don't eMail every day.
I use my land line phone 3 or 4 times a week to make a call. I use my cell phone 2 or 3 times a month maybe. My husband and I use a walkie talkie a couple of times a month when we go into town to do separate errands.
I use my cell phone and my laptop, although I don't usually make or receive calls daily or send email daily either...but I'm online every day doing something like communicating!
Landline - sometimes, but rarely. Still use land mail rarely.
Cell phone - all the time: voice communication, voicemail, texting, photos and sound files as texts (sometimes sent to e-mail addresses, as I also do with text messages), and as a walkie-talkie even inside our house. LOL
Computer - e-mail, daily; Facebook messages, occasionally; FB chats sometimes, but rarely; HubPages forums, practically daily; Skype - I haven't used in a really long time, but it's great.
Semaphore, smoke signals, and Morse code - really not up to snuff, so I won't count them.
by Zsuzsy Bee5 years ago
I received this in my email, and I thought it was good enough to share... 5 Things You Never Knew Your Cell Phone Could Do! For all the folks with cell phones. (This should be printed and kept in your car, purse, and...
by moneyfairy3 years ago
I mostly use the library for the internet. I don't own a cell phone as I have to many other bills to pay for and can't afford one. I'm just wondering if anyone out there uses a real phone anymore and if anyone writes...
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