My letter A is not really all about that. I did pick a theme and I will stick to it. It wasn't easy, but I thought it's good because it will allow me to have short blogs instead of long ones.
My letter A is "All About" old school gadgets. I'm referring to old school gadgets before and during the computer internet boom. Letter "A" starts all--almost--my old school gadgets blog, which I try to recall in alphabetical order, and it marks as the theme of my 2013 Blogging from A to Z April Challenge.
Let's start with Address Books. I'm sure that a few only have an actual hard copy of an address book, and that includes me. I still have a thick desk size filofax (5x7) that I carry with me everyday. I jot down all the addresses--not phone numbers--of all my snail mail pals. I keep the mailing addresses separate from my cellphone address book, because I literary love to write. However, I also know that they're becoming obsolete. I'm so thankful that Day-Timer still manufacture them, or else I'm doomed.
Another A is for Agents, travel agents, that is. With all the internet travel sites available, (i.e. Expedia, Travelocity, Orbitz, Priceline, etc.) Having an agent to manage your travel plans sounds obsolete. I do know that there are still travel agencies and travel agents in that job category, but they're becoming fewer in number. Everybody can access the different travel sites online. Everybody can book a trip/vacation easily.
Not sure I'd let go of my address book--or even my Day-Timer! But, I'm happy to do my own travel booking.
Hope this started it correctly. I'd definitely hop around blogs. See you there...
P.S. Thanks Arlee Bird for continuing this wonderful challenge!