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I’m a 40 something early adopter of all things technology. I was first in line to buy my Verizon Droid AND my Apple iPad, third in line for my Wii U. I don’t hate your phone, tablet, game console or computer choice, but I have an opinion about each.
After a 15 year hiatus from gaming, I'm back in a big way. Over the last 2 years I've spent time buying up the consoles and games that I missed over my decade and a half in darkness. I lean heavily toward Nintendo, but I'm also warming to the PS3 as well.
Aside from my family, the only things that I love more than a new gadget or a video game release day are fly fishing and going to the ballpark. I blog from time to time about both.
I’m a sports photographer by trade, but have been working since 2011 as a technology blogger.
My current devices:
- Samsung Galaxy Nexus
- Nokia Lumia 822.
- Nexus 7 (2012 & 2013)
- 11" ASUS Ultrabook
- CR-48 Chromebook
- Samsung Series 3 Chromebook
- Nintendo Wii U - 32GB Deluxe
- Nintendo Wii - White
- Nintendo GameCube - Black, Silver & Purple
- Nintendo 3DS XL - Blue
- Nintendo DS lite - Red
- Sony PlayStation 3 - 250GB Super Slim
- Sony PlayStation 3 - Fat 250GB - PSN games
- Sony PlayStation Vita
- Northern Kentucky UniversityJournalism, 1986 - 1987
- Antonelli InstituteCommercial Photography, 1987 - 1989
And of course by like, I mean hate.
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