Amongst this set, were a subset, who while very good at what they did with, wires, pipes, nuts, bolts, wood and saws. when it came to filling out the job sheet, instigated a dialog; thus.
W "Left my reading glasses behind."
M "Do you want to borrow mine?"
W "I'm a bit dyslexic."
M, not wanting to cause an awkward moment for a good worker. "I'll get a charge hand to fill it out with you."
Times have changed and the thumbs now fly across the screen of the smartphone, followed by. "Do you want it by, text or email guv?
Now in the light of current research, which seems to be saying that, screen usage may make you less happy.
Here is the link to the research results
I think the bottom line here is that while the screen has made a great many people more literate and as we know reading is fairly addictive, few people want to read themselves, stupid, angry, less curious or even into "medication time".
For a lot of people this means the paper book.
My task over the next few weeks is to check the prices on the books in our craft section and reduce the ones that have gone down in value since we originally priced them.
so while these have maintained their internet prices, in some case the online price has gone up, although I have left ours the same.
The objective here is to keep on top of being cheaper than the competition, mostly the internet, I have found that this is the key to staying in business.