Since my first phone, I have simply avoided Apple phone; although at first I avoided them because of the price. I had heard good things about some of those early devices, for instance, they were durable and the software was being to work in-unison if the consumer bought all of their computers and phones from… Continue reading
In the last several months, our current president has been extremely critical of press and anyone that writes anything negative of the president or the decisions made by his team and the president has talked about revoking privileges of press candidates who are evenly mildly critical of him. This is extremely problematic and this issue… Continue reading [Free Press] and Amendment Uno
I didn’t completely intend on making this blog about political commentary, but President Donald J. Trump has almost forced me to do so. Mainly with the passing of the steel and other tariffs that were placed on American allies. Tariffs are essentially import and export taxes. I won’t claim to be an expert on tariffs… Continue reading Tariffs and Int’l Relations
About a week or so ago, I slammed my bike into a stop sign. Although my chin bled a bunch, I was totally fine, and pain was nowhere to be seen. My bike, on the other hand, saw some major damage. At a corner of the left-handlebar brake, a retainer or some other part had… Continue reading Bike is in repair
If I could find a metaphor to describe my glasses...
For almost four and a half years (or whatever) I have had my ears pierced. I think I got them pierced about a month or so after getting back from Bryson City, North Carolina for Cancer Camp (First Descents). I got them done a piercing, but I didn’t know where I would want the piercing… Continue reading Gauges, good and bad
Synopsis: I am going to dabble in the writing game again.
Some people really feel like wearables are merely nifty technological pieces that connect the phone, or wireless internet, or something else to glasses, a shirt, and even a watch. Some people have been very critical of these pieces saying that they are merely filling in niches while others disagree claiming certain wearables to be the… Continue reading The Smartwatch Craze
For about a year after I graduated, I read pretty regularly. I would either just read for about an hour a day, or I would read continuously because I was enthralled in the details of 1984 or Fahrenheit 451. I would adamantly read during any break I got at work, and even after I left… Continue reading Summer reading
I have moved on to a new era of my life that entails much more professional activities like word processing and simply to being lazy and instead of pressing a million buttons, sitting back and watching a YouTube video...