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A Baby Boomer Perspective on Multiple Screens
As a Baby Boomer, in the days before cable TV and videos, my generation sat as a family on the couch watching one TV show that aired at a specific time. Boy, have times changed!
|Me & Mommy at my 5th birthday party, MommyBlogExpert.com|
Getting the most out of all the ever expanding multiple screen functionality now accessible to consumers couldn't be a more timely topic right now. This is particularly true because at the moment we are midway through the tournament regionals of NCAA March Madness.
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My school's men's basketball team, I'm proud to say, is ranked #4 in the AP 25 and is still in the March Madness running as this post goes live. So I'd like to interject a little go Arizona Wildcats cheer here for my alma mater...
Anyway, while we wait to see who makes it into the National Semifinals and who ultimately plays and wins the Championship game of the season, let me get back on subject because this post isn't just for sports lovers maximizing multi screen technology.
Even those of you who don't watch any pro or collegiate sports -- both parents and kids -- are now able to tap the magic of multiple screens when you watch television, movies and more at home.
|iPad and iPad Mini, MommyBlogExpert.com|
Simply stated: Across the generations multiple screens are enhancing and improving the ways we all consume and enjoy sports, entertainment and even the news. These advances in technology are exciting for everyone -- young and old -- whether at home or on the run. I can't wait to see what the consumer tech industry will think of next.
What ways do you use multiple screens and what's your favorite device: an HDTV, laptop, tablet or smartphone?
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