Dave Traynor wants to know what the technology present is, mentioned in my last three posts. For Christmas this year, I got a Nokia E61 smart phone, but as I alluded in the last three blog posts, the phone is somewhere between Toronto and here. ETA is today, the first business day since the package was last sighted in Ontario.
I'm pretty pumped about this, partly because I'm into technology gadgets, and partly because I'm hoping it will reduce the amount of time I spend in front of a computer trying to recreate the ideas I had earlier in the day or week.
Kelley and I have been experimenting with chosen presents lately. We still get each other surprises, but often big purchases that are a bit of a luxury get wrapped into Christmas, birthday or anniversary.
Does knowing what's coming spoil the fun? Not really, because it's precisely the thing I wanted. There's still plenty of room for surprise and delight in our lives.
Now, to get writing our annual Christmas e-mail, that often goes out in January...