As my readers, I best think that you should get to know a little bit about who I am and my interests. I am a high school boy that is very interested in the world we live in today. Innovation always sweeps and dictates what will happen to current treads and cultures. It will be the sole duty of this blog to inform all of you about what is out right now, reviews, comparisons, and why you should care. Iwill also site my sources, to make my site even more official.
I will begin with why I became interested in technology. Ever since I was a little boy, all I wanted was to use the computer. All of my friends accessed the Internet on a daily basis. I was the unfortunate goose that was left out on all the fun.
Centuries later, my parents thought it was a great idea to change from writing in stone to buy a computer. I loved this computer like it was my younger brother I always wanted; I gave the computer time to relax and sleep, screamed at it when it decided to run slowly, and sat next to him when it was dinner time.
It was a beautiful feeling as a 6 year-old to share all those moments with you.
A few years later, we decided to depart ways. I no longer loved my computer as I originally did, and the computer was too weak to catch up to modern standards.
I wanted to believe that throwing it into the garbage can was the right and moral thing to do. I later secede all of my misery and agony by eating ice cream.
After I finished my yummy treat, this article about the newest technology caught my attention. I skimmed through the entire article, reading several pages about the newest computers.
I wondered why companies are making new computers if we already have some. I finally realized why; money. If you convince someone to pay $500 for a new computer that she or he already have, then you gain the profit of $500 plus the amount paid for the old computer. I later decided to switch my habit of the internet to bikes.
My first mountain bike was a BMX mongoose with blue frames and black letters. It cost about $80 for one of the newest bike in the market. I rode my bike for 2 years. After that length of time, my bike broke down. I sold the parts individually, but still held to the rusty ones. I wanted a new bike. However, they cost 100 dollars. I was praying to God a BMX bike flew into my backyard.
When I got a bike, it was not an actual BMX bike, but an old bike bought for 40 dollars. I gave it a shot and rode the bike throughout my hometown. It was quite durable and quick.
When I challenged my friends, I always destroyed them. It was clear I was the Rocky of biking. When my friends asked me where I bought that bike, I told them it was an old model. They all laughed at first, but took me seriously later.
This is just the tip of the iceberg of my passion for technology and my curiously.