Many people I know still resist technology, but as you can see, I am not one of those people. I like to embrace things that could potentially enhance my life.
The items to the left are what I carried with me and am connected to everyday. Believe it or not, they all help me learn and be prepared in some ways. If you're not with me on this, you won't ever be, but for example, I would rather read an email on my phone instantly then have to turn on my PC and wait for it to connect.
When your time really belongs to your family or work, every minute is golden.
I don't know if I can be as happy without these things anymore. Unless it is the weekend, I travel with two cell phones, (one for work and the other is a personal number I can't lose) a laptop, and an iPad. Crazy huh? Well, they are all part of the job, these gadgets are the means to my work.
The one thing that my SO and I was never sucked into was the iPod. It was an amazing little gadget that came about, because all of your favorite music can be in your pocket. I am glad I don't own one, because with my phone I can listen to music from Youtube anytime. Although, it puzzles me that there seemed to be a pattern that I see. The least techie people own this device, why? - This isn't my official question :-) The one thing that I regret buying back then were a couple of the carry along radios because I never carried it anywhere! When it comes to listening to music, I love my bookshelf stereo because the bookshelf speakers rock!
Here are Self Sagacity's Thursday Two Questions #78
1) Are there gadgets that you have been able to resist, but would want to try?
2) Are there gadgets that you have been sucked into buying and have regretted?
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Thursday Two Questions #78 - Are You a Gadget Sucker?