there were changes
It is difficult to find today a man who does not have a mobile phone. It is used even by children who have barely learned to press buttons. For those of the little ones who still do not know the numbers, the parents set everything on the “automatic” and showed which button the father and the mother use. It remains only to press. Clay cell phones come across even in archaeological sites. But this, of course, is a hoax
Our life simply cannot be imagined without a mobile phone. And many even have two. These devices themselves are becoming smaller and smaller in size and weight. Microphones appeared embedded in a wrist electronic watch. In this case, the watch itself is used for its intended purpose. In a word, progress continues. But some three decades ago in society and did not know such words – “cellular (mobile) communication”. Continue reading
Communication has firmly entered our daily lives. The times when many dreamed of having a home telephone with wires to the PBX have disappeared into the past. Why did you dream? For the reason that the line for installing the telephone was very long and was often measured over the years, since the PBX did not have free capacity due to backwardness in terms of equipment. Now almost everyone has a portable phone with them, while others even have two.
Of course, it’s good that the communication problem is resolved. Then what is bad? And the fact that mobile phone users do not know how (and many do not want to) communicate correctly with each other. It’s about tact. And more precisely – about moral psychology. I think we have come across a situation where one of those close to you is experiencing your patience with his boring ethereal chatter about nothing and does not react to the remark at all. For example, you are riding on a bus, another passenger is sitting side by side with you and a certain amount of time chatting with your friends, completely not thinking that he behaves boorish towards you. Continue reading
Modern telephone communication is represented not only by stationary desktop devices, but also by a huge number of mobile models. As they say, for every taste and every wallet. Wired exchanges are no longer being produced, and existing ones are on the verge of closure due to the outflow of subscribers. A landline phone almost everywhere lost its niche to a mobile one.
You can enjoy the progress, but something is not observed much joy among the owners of sophisticated touch devices. What is the matter? Sensors revealed three major problems. The first of them is the difficulty of refusing any subscriptions. For example, you go to some website offering the product you need or the right service.
While the site is loading, an offer to subscribe to a daily paid notification with the news of the resource automatically pops up on the smartphone’s monitor. You absolutely do not need this service. Of course, you touch “Refuse” with your finger. But the trick is that the site has not fully loaded yet and in the next two seconds, instead of “Opt out”, “Subscribe” will be under your finger! Continue reading