Someone Got Me Twisted….

I am a “techy” and I am a very complicated  and versatile, social person…. What you would call Hell, I’ve come to call home. So go and drink your alcohol, party like there’s no tomorrow, sleep half the day, skip class, because when the day is done we can all say this; While you were drinking, I was pushing, While you were partying, I was running, While you were asleep, I was getting hazed, While you were eating, I was getting screamed at, While you were studying, I was studying harder, While you’re complaining, I’m sucking it up, pushing on. But you know what? At the end of the day, when I am exhausted from the abuse I have taken and look ahead with no end in sight, I know that you have enjoyed yourself all this time, and I can accept it. Because I know, I have taken the road less traveled. 
I am an American Soldier.

Nexus 4, Awesome!, but Leaves me wanting more…

First and Foremost, you can’t beat the price for what you get. After having it for a month now I can fully tell the issues and great attributes of the device. What you get is an awesome device and great unbiased android experience. My experience with the device has really been that of a true Nexus device. I Received an update as soon as I turned it on and signed in. 

I absolutely love the feel of it. It has that heft that makes it feel like a quality product. The glass back of it is up to the owner. Some love it and some hate it. I personally like it, but hey that’s me. The one thing I ABSOLUTELY can’t stand is the fact that it doesn’t have a removable battery. I use my phone like I freaking breathe, so I have to constantly leave it on the charge. +Dan McDermott  and +Kim Beasleytwo people that I know have a Samsung Galaxy Note 2 have the capability to change battery, and speaking of the Note 2 brings up my only other negative about the Nexus. The SIZE. I wish it was bigger. 

Another thing a lot of people hate about it is the lack of “native” LTE support, but I’m with T-Mobile, so that doesn’t bother me. I was about to put all my effort into getting a Note 2, BUT that Nexus name carries weight and when it’s time for Google to push the next OS I know which device is FIRST in line to get it.

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The Lenovo Ideapad P500

Recently my 2 year old HP Laptop kicked the bucked and instead of going through headaches and trying to figure out how to repair it I made a decision to buy a laptop to replace it. I use Photography and Video Editing software as well as development software so I wanted something that was not the price of a Macbook Pro, but the capability of a Macbook Pro. So I went to in hopes of finding a nice $450 laptop and I saw this thing and fell in love. I just had to get it.
After a few days of using it it doesn’t skip a beat and I don’t think I could have found a better one in relation to the price and specs. The Back-lit Keyboard is awesome. That’s really what pulled me in.
-15.6″ Widescreen Display with a resolution of 1366 x 768
-3rd Gen Intel® Core™ i7 Processor
-8GB DDR3 memory _thinking of upgrading to 16BG_
-1TB Serial ATA hard drive (5400 rpm)
-USB 3.0 & Bluetooth
-Microsoft Windows 8 64-bit (#MEH) but I dual booted linux on it…
Guess at the price…..
$699 Not a steal, but hey I’m satisfied Definitely my Christmas Present

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