Monday, 4 November 2019
Mystery Thanet photo, Deprived parts of Thanet and an initial review of the new moto g8 plus phone
If anyone missed it I have put a detailed answer (pictures and maps) on yesterdays blog post click here for it
A moto g8 plus bought from Carphone warehouse in Canterbury yesterday for £239.99. I could have bought it for less online but I have recently had some bad experiences doing that.
I get through quite a few phones, mainly because I have schoolchildren and when losses or breakages occur I pass my phone on.
I started using computers in 1970 and smartphones
I guess you could say I am passionate about people getting a reasonable balance of technology.
Too much, damages the brain and eyesight while too little reduces quality of like particularly for the older and more vulnerable people in society.
Recently I bought a moto g7 play phone for about £130 from Argos, a bit of an emergency purchase and very much a budget phone. I use giffgaff pay as you go and opt for the £10 per month 6GB internet with unlimited text and calls.
Frankly I was so impressed with the moto g7 that when their new moto g8 plus came out last week I bought one, so far I haven't been disappointed..
The photos, link at the bottom of the post for outside snaps on auto this dull day.
A mixed pile of pictures, photographed at my desk, on auto, under the shop's ordinary strip-lights
There are pros and cons to living in one of the most deprived wards in the UK, King Street Ramsgate where I work at Michael's Bookshop and live in the flat above, has lots of issues, I walked a little way up it from the bookshop toward Broadstairs and took a few photos today, because of testing the camera on the new phone.
Link to the photos
More photos from the g8 plus including some night snapshots using the night mode
Work wise a quiet day in the bookshop
link to the photos of the books we put out