Treasure Island

michael walker


Communication Technology


Computers are at the cutting edge of the information age,
although books have a much longer history and they are still
more important than computers for in-depth reading.
A screen attracts, but black print on a white page engages.

The internet is useful to access facts and figures.
The internet can be mined for knowledge in any fields.
I listen to a few attractive pop singers on YouTube.
I listen to quite a few poets read their verses on YouTube.

I think the desktop is easiest to use and here to stay.
Despite the laptop and the tablet, the desktop will not date.
I use an older mobile rather than the latest touch screen model.
I play music on DVDs and CDs too, rather than an iPod.

Except for the car stereo, I use communication technology when still.
When I go for a long walk or run, I like to be alone at the tiller.

_ 2014.

Submitted: Sunday, July 20, 2014
Edited: Friday, August 08, 2014

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I revised an earlier version. These are my true thoughts on computers and books, stillness and motion when using.

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