Monday, 4 March 2013

#Blogflash 2013 Day 2 Technology

Girls Aloud at the O2 Arena march 3rd 2013



I like technology.  In fact I love it! The old days of sending your film off for developing and waiting two weeks for the photos are long gone. You take the pick, you have the pic and you can share the pic instantly with others. 










  I did this last night whilst at the O2, sharing amazing scenes. Technology has enabled me to get the tickets, get the pics and record an amazing event which could possibly be the best gig I have been to. And that’s saying something.
It has also enabled me to blog about it.



Nicola, Nadine, Sarah, 'Nimble Kimble, Cheryl


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 BlogFlash is back! Throughout March, there is the chance to post up to 21 pieces on various subjects. Hosted by terri at http://terriglong.com/blog/blogflash2013-march-2013-30-days-of-flash-blogging/  you can read other entries by other fab writers.   

20 comments:

  1. You are right, one of the best things about technology is being able to use photos instantly. I am old enough to remember when cameras had film - I was usually too disorganised to even get it developed :D

    I am doing BlogFlash2013 too if you'd like to take a look:
    http://mindsandmodels.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/modifying-our-brains-can-we-make-cyborg.html

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    1. Thank you for visiting. We have undeveloped film hanging around from well over 15 years ago. . . . degraded now but can't throw it away. xx

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  2. And digital photography reduces waste since film doesn't need to be used and photos can be edited without being developed multiple times. Good post! Kudos on hitting the word limit :)

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    1. Yes! I hadn't thought of that! Of course it does. . . . Another reason to love the digital age. x

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  3. Hiya Lizzie,

    Glad to see ya back at BlogFlash; I look forward to reading your posts. Glad you enjoyed the concert!

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    1. Thank you Donna. It's like catching up with old friends of Summer. xx

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  4. I like the instant gratification factor of digital cameras too! Looks like a great show!

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    1. They were amazing! And what digital cameras were made for. xx

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  5. This is something that most tech bloggers and readers should look for, interesting, short yet informative.

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    1. Wow, thank you. I could have waffled on for ages about the show etc but there is a word limit and I'm a stickler for the rules. xx

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  6. Great post, I love my digital camera I would be so lost without it..

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  7. I love digital photos, I used to waste so much 35mm film! Now I can photograph as much as I want and only keep the best!

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    1. Yep, it's so easy! my camera did die though and had to use my phone, but even so . . a phone that takes pics. . .now that's technology lol. xx

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  8. What!? You went to a Girls Aloud concert? ;-)

    Great to have you in BlogFlash x.

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    1. Lol! Yes and I loved it!!! Good to be back. xxx

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  9. I love instant sharing. It's a fantastic way to keep up with my grandchildren in between visits, along with Skype and G+. So glad you enjoyed the performance!

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  10. I don't know how we survived before instant sharing lol. Brings all those long distances so much closer. X

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  11. Sounds like you really enjoyed the show! I'm guessing you were cheering for 'Nimble Kimble' on Strictly?! :-)

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