Friday, May 3, 2013

The day after: Switching from an iphone to the Galaxy s4


I din't know what would happen



after the unboxing
I notice it weighs less
  its
 delicate yet earthy

someone asked     What do you have there
in a strange deep imaginative way
but I can no longer answer

 now I am a galaxy s4




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6 comments:

Raajii said...

:). Cute. But why would anyone want to go back to anything else after the iphone? :)

rivercat said...

because things change so I embrace the changes and feel good as they come and go.
This new galaxy phone is amazing and i know what an iphone is like having had one for 2 years. Samsung and apple are both fine with me, so I just pick from what i like most as they fight it out and bring more fun to the consumer

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zonedin said...

I think you can draw art with that? Am I correct?

rivercat said...

hi zoned, i have the galaxy 8 for that. It has a new chip inside that is the first stylus that acts like a pencil. I love charcoal and pencil and markers but i have to keep up with the technology too.
the note 8 is a tablet like the ipad i guess. I remember how awkward they were to use a few years ago. I had one and it was worthless but they sure have made them better!

the s4 is great for internet browsing especially if you dont like small screens. I dont like small screens so it was perfect size for me but to actually draw on i need something closer to the size of a papaer or something.

I would prefer to live back as an american indian 5 thousand years ago but im stuck here so i do buy some gadgets now and then

zonedin said...

I have a hard time changing to new devices when the one I have serves me well, but then when I do change, I find that I do enjoy it afterall. I would have enjoyed simpler times I believe because I just love to be outside observing the world around me.. Something that doesn't happen as much with more and more technology.