There was a time that I considered myself pretty computer savvy. That was about 15+ years ago. We had just bought our first computer and I realized that no one in the family knew much about it. Since I'm one of those people who likes to read the directions, I sat down with the instruction book (all in print and very extensive in those days) and learned how to operate and maintain our new family edition. But technology moves at lightning speed these days and I quickly fell behind.
Flash forward to today. I can manage many aspects of the computer with ease, but I choose to ignore others because I just don't see the point. And I learned early on that computer files are just one more cleaning chore - you need to declutter now and again or you have a mess - just like your sock drawer. So, I can do some basic blogging although I still struggle with some of the finer points. And I'm acquainted with Flicker, although until recently I didn't care to participate. But, my desire to join a particular group required me to have an active Flicker account. Hence, I took the plunge. Call me dense, but I still don't quite get it, so any clarification is appreciated. It appears that Flicker is sort of a place where you can have a visual blog with short discriptions and comments? Or am I missing something? So far I've uploaded some pictures but haven't gotten as far as adding comments or even really figuring out how to tell anyone how to find my Flicker page! And, I've yet to use it to connect to the group that originally caught my attention.