20 things we don’t do anymore because of technology

This morning, I shared a Star Wars memory while pointing out that many younger listeners wouldn't understand what I trying to convey:  mall movie theaters with TWO screens?  A blockbuster movie showing only on ONE screen????

Ironically, Kim Komando, heard on WHO Radio at 1 pm on Sundays, penned this column today for USA Today:  20 things we don't do anymore because of technology.

1.  Memorize a phone number.   I had an expert on brain development as a guest this week - he talked about how technology is hastening forgetfulness in older people because we don't do things like memorize phone numbers anymore.  It's in our contacts on our phone.

2. Use a phone book to find a company to do work around your house.

3. Park your used car on the street with a sign that says it’s for sale.  Craigslist and sale groups on Facebook are the way to go.

4. Figure out math in your head.

5.  Call a family member to ask where they are.  Yep -  my family uses the "Find My Friends" app.

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