You’d better believe every single word you read in this article…
It says what it says so on the tin. The following article is 100% true, it does not represent my views of any kind and you must totally follow these procedures as if your life depends on it. These are facts.
Facts, I tell you.
Don’t worry. You can trust me…. 😉
People are really spreading terrible rumours about you on Twitter. Do click the DM link, otherwise shockingly painful things will happen to you. Be sure to find that person who is spreading those vicious lies about you and make them pay, in blood…
Just a quick update…
So you know how I was thinking of making a secondary blog? Surely you must have read Blog 36 – Secondary Blog?
I was thinking of a particular niche to write about. Apparently 40% of all blogs in 2011 were technology based (still finding the site where I read that). But anyway, I bit the fruit (No, not the forbidden fruit. Just the fruit).
If any of my followers are into technology, particularly smartphones… Check out my secondary blog, which is called EssWhyTech
The URL is: http://techsyd.wordpress.com
This article has been chosen by readers (via the poll in this blog http://wp.me/p3jOHU-eU) to be written next. Well, sort of anyway 😉
We live in a world where people poke one another, write on each other’s walls, like every single thing they do, follow one another, repeat(retweet) what people say and even add them to circles. All virtually of course…otherwise that’d be a bit…weird, to say the least.
So this week, Technology nerds must have exploded in more ways than one, what with E3 and WWDC and the introduction of next-gen gaming/smartphone technology.
So initially, I was going to do an Xbox One Vs Ps4 article. But I didn’t really think that it would be ideal for me to write because;
Google Glass (Photo credit: Stuck in Customs)
So….”The Next Big Thing” is Google Glass eh?
This is great news for Tech nerds like myself, it’s almost as if we are finally living in the ‘future’ that we dreamed about as kids…This is a product that differs from anything else currently on the market so props to Google for being innovative.
I like the concept of this, it brings about a major change in the way we live our lives, some may even consider it revolutionary. Indeed it is.
It may have very cool features, all fancy tech built in and so forth, but is it really something that was needed?