The internet can be a pretty tricky world to navigate, and e-mail is no exception. Cyber messaging makes most of our lives way easier, but just like any other modern day convenience, a whole load of fails are born from e-mailing. Luckily for us, many of the hilarious ones turn up online.
We’ve all dreamed of doing it. That final “in-your-face” speech to the boss as we walk out the door of a thankless job. The verbal middle finger we spend those late nights and working holidays composing but never get to utter out loud.
Privacy seems to be an antiquated notion, especially when it comes to our personal lives.
Not only are more and more people splashing details on social media sites for all the world to see, but lots of us have become increasingly nosy about what our romantic partners are doing, too.
So the editors at MSN Money came up with a list of seven tech items that the average person doesn't need anymore. Problem is - I still use every single one of these.
How about you?
The short list:
2 Telephone Land Line
3 DVD Player
4 Physical Music Collection and Dedicated Player
5 Cable or Satellite TV
6 Desktop Computer
For the long-form list, click the link below: