Wayzata, Minnesota

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Thematic Photographic - 286 Technological

All things techie in nature or not!

We've come a long way in our love of technology.

In many ways the latest technology can enrich a child's learning, as well as enrich their entertainment.  Practicing at home between her piano lessons.

"If it keeps up, man will atrophy all his limbs but the push-button finger." - Frank Lloyd Wright

These days children have so many options to broaden their learning experiences through various channels.

I noticed at the recent Sports and Camping Show that our good old fashion family camping adventures can be drastically changed by using a number of new age advantages, if you so desire.  Yes, this flat screen is located on the outside of the RV.

Are you one of the gazillion folks that tote your personal devices to the neighborhood coffee shop, or other local hot spot?

If you care to view more TP techie photos or care to share your own please play along with us here.


ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

"Yes, this flat screen is located on the outside of the RV."

Grilling, camping, and the game? WOO HOO!

sage said...

Flat screen outside the RV, wow! I still like to get away from being connected when I am in the backcountry

TexWisGirl said...

we're addicted. :)

Anonymous said...

Interesting! You always are.

Anonymous said...

Can you be followed by email?? I haven't done Google+ yet...

Cloudia said...

I do my tech stuff in the privacy of home, preferring to be present and observant in public. It's a passing skill worth preserving, Karen :-)
Love the keyboard riff!

ALOHA from Honolulu
Comfort Spiral

=^..^= <3

R. Mac Wheeler said...

i cant tell you how many have teased me about my FLIP phone :)

B. Rogers, Living in Black Mountain said...

The future of techno-communication and entertainment is certainly mind-boggling. Love of nature can't find a thing in a screen however, just a 2-D replica.

Bob Scotney said...

My grandchildren are all more technological savvy than me - even when they were nine.