Technology annoys me. Every time I learn something new, it changes again on me and I am left scowling at small children who roll their eyes at my incompetency. I am of the generation that had to put their finger in a hole to dial a number and wait for the big circular dial to return to the start – none of that speed dial business!
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Personally I still preferred my old phone – I miss the whirring noise as the dial swung round. Maybe there is an app for that?