Once I figured that out, I was only three or four learning curves away from building my very own droid app which you can install on your Android powered device.
I'm still marveling at this technology that no one dreamed of a handful of years ago. I clearly remember my first transistor radio, and my first dos based Kaypro "portable" computer and the hours I spent before figuring out that I was going to have to get something called software, which was delivered on floppy disks the size of small plates, before it would so anything besides light up the room.
Smart phones were a long way away in 1969, when I worked for the long defunct Southern Bell Telephone Company, and we introduced car phones, which were, in fact, little more than souped-up two-way radios.
Now we have internet, blogs, and smart phones to stay in touch. And in the process of advancing all of those things, Google created the operating system known as Android. Then Google did a brilliant bit of marketing and made droid so simple, I can create an app for this blog site. So I did.
Now, if you have a droid, and a minute to visit the Google Play Store, you can search for the free app, Bert-Blogging, and in seconds, install it on your phone.
Then, every time you leave home, I'll be with you. And every time I post a new blog, you'll have it on your phone before I even have time to marvel at the fact that it's already on mine. When I include a music video, or link of any kind, you can follow it and not miss a thing. You can even comment on the post from your cell phone, which my friend, Stephen Woodfin, did before I even knew that was a possibility.
All of this makes the passing of the transistor radio a bit easier to take.
Give the app a try and let me know how you like it and what I can do make it better.