Re: What vintage has done to me
I have actually found that when you get to the high end of "high tech" things become much easier and involve far fewer components. I use my phone as my primary computer and my
tv as my monitor. Everything is connected wirelessly so I have almost no cables. I don't have a home phone and I don't have an ISP to pay for. I don't have cable, I just use the apps on my smart tv or the internet for the few times I do actually want to watch tv. So for that $140 a month I have internet, phone and television. Not really so expensive at all.
The problem is people are tying to use new technology while maintaining the older things they are used to. That is when things become expensive.