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One of the most frustrating, potentially embarrassing, definitely humiliating Experiences I have had Are the situations where I don’t know who in the world the person is with whom I’m having a conversation. I’d like to call them by name, but don’t have a clue Who they are, and for a million dollars, can’t recall. I keep hoping a little birdie will fly out to me and whisper who the other person is in my ear.
Siri, the personal assistant built into all of the newer iOS devices, from the iPad 2 on up, to the iPad mini, iPhone 4S and 5, and the iPod touch 5th generation, has been the next best thing since chicken soup. So, why do I sometimes feel like Siri is the boss? That Siri leads and I follow, instead of the other way around? Or, conversely, that I am speaking to a child? Allow me to explain.
Since this is the week right before President’s Day, celebrating the birthdays of most notably Abraham Lincoln on February 12, and George Washington on February 22, it brought to mind honesty. After all, Lincoln was called Honest Abe, right? And Washington, well, there was that cherry tree incident. So,I began to wonder just how honest I really am.
Do you enjoy solving puzzles? Are they challenging and satisfying when you finish them successfully? There are a lot of puzzling puzzle games for the iOS devices. I’m going to explain one of my very favorites, but it is going to take more than Seven Little Words.
It was not that long ago that, if we wanted to check our email, surf the internet, or type up a document, we had to go home or to the office, and sit down in front of our computers. With the introduction of lap-tops, computing became portable but still a bit cumbersome, carrying them around in briefcases or in their own dedicated cases. But all that has changed with the use of smart phones, tablets, and iOS devices.