My first “real” non-temp job was working at a small software company.Continue reading “Long ago and far away”
So. We changed our family plan. We are no longer on Verizon Wireless.
For me, the big selling point for that is that the T-Mobile/Sprint network is compatible with international networks. Oh, and we’ll save money. So, yeah. Cool. Continue reading “New Network, New Phone”
No, wait, low again. What?
OK, so as little as I’ve been blogging lately, y’all (yeah, I said “y’all”, what of it?) have had to hear about my Wii Fit altogether too much. Continue reading “Feeling low. Or high.”
Just before I left for Ireland, I accidentally and providentially discovered that my toaster oven was well on its way to becoming a fire hazard. So when I returned, in the middle of a heat wave, getting a new toaster oven (with which to heat foods without super-heating or burning down the apartment) was a priority. Continue reading “A tale of two fails – part one”
I know, I know. You’re sick to death of hearing about the smartphone. I hear ya.
If it’s any consolation, there are disappointments along the way too.
Continue reading “A little too in touch”
The coolest thing so far about having a smartphone?
To 4S or S3… that is
the a question.
I’m browsing smartphones. En route to buying a smartphone. My very first smartphone ever. Continue reading “To 4S or to S3”
This is going to be a bit of a rant, but I can’t help it: I am so frustrated with this trend among companies – particularly tech companies, it seems – to force their users to do things “their way.”
My company recently got an industry report that talks, in part, about what private information people are “willing” to share. They quote Mark Zuckerberg, as the spokesman for consumer willingness to have their privacy violated. Continue reading “You’re not that great a visionary”