January 01, 2008

When the only way to wish Happy New Year is...

Img_0147 ... on a blog. Happy new Year to you all from Edinburgh, including all those who filled up my phone memory this morning when the network finally came back on.

Point of note: more Christmas cards and New Year wishes received via mobile phone than on cardboard and paper than ever before, with more people doing both than just using their mobile. Transition or die-hard traditions living on?

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happy New Year and Good Luck in 2008 :-)

I managed to send my texts after about 6 tries at 12.15am - but apparently they didn't arrive till morning! Happy New Year however expressed - and remember: you can't hang a text message from the wall....
;-)

Sending Seasonal wishes this way must be a lot better for the environment - and for your budget!

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