Archive for the ‘Technology’ Category

This is the fourth time my cards have been compromised. The last time you had to reissue my card, you screwed up the reissue and had to reissue the reissued cards.

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I’m a huge fan of technology. I’ve been messing around with computers since the late ’70’s and I’m amazed at how far we’ve come in my lifetime and I really can’t wait to see what’s next. Technology has changed how we do everything. But, there’s a frustrating, irritating, infuriating part of this information revolution that […]


I miss the wild, wild, west quality that the internet once had, I don’t know, 5 to 15 years ago. It all seemed so much more open and free. There was a little bit of adventure that’s long gone. I miss the old internet. I didn’t feel my every move was being logged and cataloged […]


Pardon me, I’m puzzled. I don’t understand some of the things I see going on around me. I have questions….Can anyone help me to understand? Why does the majority in America have legal standing as a minority? Why do people pay extra for threadbare jeans instead of working hard enough to make them that way? […]


Everywhere I go, everyone I see has a cell phone in their hand. I have to ask myself “What are all these flippin’ people talking about?” This might sound odd coming from a guy who’s sold thousands of cell phones, who always has the latest and greatest cell phone and who has the largest data […]


The iPhone was released five years ago tomorrow. At about 3pm that day, I walked into the Apple store for 3 hours of hands-on training and playing with this new device. It was probably the most publicized piece of electronics in history, but it was quite remarkable to hold it in my hand. Internet access […]


I recently left AT&T and thought I would share my perspective on this cell phone carrier as an insider. I worked as a Retail Sales Consultant and spent time in two stores. I have a unique perspective on AT&T and it’s largest cell phone manufacturer, Apple, because I worked for Apple for nearly five years. […]