Life without computers.
I hit the snooze button on my wind-up alarm clock next to my bed.
I’m already 30 minutes late.
But instead of surfing the internet or Facebook or Instagram on my iPhone before getting out of bed, I’m staring at the ceiling, wondering who I need to page (life before cell phones) before I leave the house.
[pullquote align=”right” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]I seriously can’t imagine how I would be doing the work I do today without a computer.[/pullquote]
I catch the bus to the office (I’m guessing my hybrid is not in the picture).
There wouldn’t be any change of plans, especially now that I have friends meeting up with me at a predetermined time and location (remember, no cell phones).
I would be reading an actual newspaper and the latest news will only be shown at 10pm on television.
My paper planner will have a phone book section and my living room wall will have real pictures of my friends and family. Cat pictures? Forget it; too expensive.
At night, instead of watching YouTube videos, I’ll be watching tons of television. Or reading actual books. Or maybe even making a mixed tape.
Okay. Thinking about life without computers just scares me. I’m going to stop right here.