Lots of people, just like me, start blogs every day. In fact, there are hundreds of blogs out there on my specific topic of choice. So what will make my blog unique? Well, I’m not quite sure yet, but hopefully I can make this evolve into something substantial.
The goal of this blog is to write about my gadgets. What I’ve had, what I have, what I want and what I’d love to play with. Hopefully I’ll get my friends to write here as well, so it won’t just be about my perspective on things, but will have many (hopefully) different points of view.
I’m an Android and PC fan, but that won’t preclude us from discussing any Apple products. They just won’t come directly from me.
Why should you read this?
I’ve been in the Information Technology industry for the past 8.5 years. I don’t have many opportunities to get my hands on what would be considered typical gadgets over that time, but whenever they come around, I love to mess around with things.
I’ve had over 15 different cell/smartphones over my 10+ years of being mobily accessible and have tested out a bunch more from my friends and family members. I’ve run the gamut from Startac to Palm Treo to Blackberry (4) to Android (2 and counting). I had a ipod and iTouch for a number of years, more than enough to know I don’t like the iPhone, so I’ve never had one of my own. In my personal opinion, Android OS gives you the most flexibility and configuration options to set my smartphones and tablets up exactly how I like them.
Hopefully, there will be more opportunities to write about my love for Android and my distaste, to put it mildly, for iStuff.
Yeah, this looks like a good start. I’m out for now.