2012 by Cam


If you ask some people about 2011 they might say things like, “Oh my gosh, the year flew by!” Or, “I had great year. My business did great!” But then if you ask them about 2012 they might say, “Well first I woke up, then I ate pancakes. After that I went to church and the organ broke.” They would go into that much detail because there has only been 1 day of the year! If you asked them what they where looking forward to, well then you can see some other posts about that on this blog. And now for the news…

Apple will supposedly come out with the iPhone 5 this summer. Speaking of which some people asked why you should get the iPhone 4S when you can get Siri the personal assistant on the iP

hone 4. Well as it turns out you can’t. It (or she!) is exclusive to the iPhone 4S with the new software update.

The U.S of A. is holding its presidential elections this year. There are many candidates to choose from including the current president, Barack Obama. 2012 is certainly a year to look forward to.


Edublog: First Thoughts + New Technology By Cole D.

This is my first blog post. I think that Edublogs is a great place to to share ideas, learn, be creative, and interact with others. I am very excited to be writing articles and sharing them. I’m very thankful that we have such amazing technology, while others don’t have anything basically. Edublogs is one of the best technologies on the web in my opinion. I am writing this article to tell everyone that Edublogs is amazing. I think that if more people get an Edublogs account, it will change modern technology. For example, no more wasted trees by printing thousands of paper newspapers. Therefore, all newpapers would be on the Internet. Also, in the 1800s, they had no technology at all basically. And then think about now, with people texting each other things like “lol”, and many more abbreviations. Also, Siri, built into the new Apple iPhone 4S, can do basically anything you ask it. For example, you could say: Siri, find a shopping center near here. Next thing you know, BOOM! There’s a map showing all shopping centers within a 10-mile radius of your location. I think that technology is catching up very fast.

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