Ultimate Conclusion

"I'm back!" Lucky Cull yelled. And, I really did spend the past couple of months just learning about these machines that most of us spend a whole lot of time with.

It’s a cinch to promote universe friendly e-reader devices, in theory, sure, especially if it’s in no way a cinch to read from said device. I’ve mentioned my double vision, diplopia, so it took me thousands of hours to confidently yell, “I’m e-reading!”

Meaning, it took a home made Kindle in the form of an original IBM ThinkPad, plus thousands of hours of, in my case at least, slowly, learned information about computers with a little help from my significant other. And here’s the kicker, he’s helped me virtually. Believe it, no phone line or time, not in person, not over the “internet”, virtually. My friends, in today’s digital climate, this is possible. Oh, yes it is.

“Choose your battles,” I often repeat. Where there’s a will there’s a way; I believe this. Save the planet is at the top of my list.

The ultimate conclusion - newly made books in the form of paper are a mistake because there really is, too much at stake.

There will be much more to come as I continue my daily posts and add an audio version.

How are you? I've missed you! But the time I had to take to understand all of this techo-y gizmo jagon? Worth it.

“And that’s all she wrote,” I’ve heard said, at least for today.

Sheila Cull
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