Hello guys. And Happy New Year too! Sorry for not writing in such a long time (my God, a month today!) but the real reason that kept me away from this blog is that… I took a month off! Not that I intended too… it just happened.
Well, now I’m back and full of new projects and goals to achieve (goal #1 is a diet that works, of course!).
Did you write down a list of things you’d like to do in 2016? Well, why don’t you start with a free course on how to use – I mean, really use – a smartphone?
I think that most people in Italy use their smartphone to simply read online newspapers (in the best case) or to update their Fb status (second best case). Mainly, they use it to call other people (ok, that’s good, after all a smartphone is a phone) or to play Ruzzle. That’s not me of course… I play ‘Inside Out: Thought Bubbles’… originally download for my daughter Costanza 😉
Well, there is a free course starting tomorrow at Pesaro San Giovanni Library conceived for people over 50 who have a smartphone, but don’t have a clue on how to use it, and for people who would like to buy a smartphone but are still skeptical about its usefulness (or about their own skills). The course is organized by ACLI and will take place on Jan. 12th, 19th, 26th and on Feb. 2nd and 9th from 9 to 11 am. Walter Vannini is the teacher.
Smartphone users (or wanna-be users) of the world, unite!
For more info: call 0721 31783 or write to: firstname.lastname@example.org