There are millions of things in life that we can be obsessed about. One of my strongest fixation is about technology. Think about it. The rate of innovation that we’re seeing in the technology space is so rapid that it simply intimidates some people. 

Shoot a word file and try requesting your mom or grandmom to work on it or perhaps shoot a picture on your smartphone and ask them to employ a filter on it. Don’t be surprised that such little tasks that we tend to take for granted can be seen as tremendously challenging. That is what we refer to technological laggard. We may presume it’s a hillarious problem now but flash yourself few decades down the road. 

At the present, we’re already finding a generational transformation from the age of desktop computing to the age of telephones and cloud computing. Then we’d better be warned if the reference of it’s making you feel giddy and do something to keep ourselves updated. Should you decide to do nothing about it, be warned of the effects and don’t blame anyone for it if you discover yourself inconsequential few years down the road. 

Wearable gadgets is the hot issue at this time. Despite all the chats and progress, we are very much in infancy phase of wearable computing. Google glass is the first thing that comes to mind. Though I can’t comprehend how the Google glass can actually be used as a mainstream apparatus, I’m convinced it’s here to stay. Second, we’ve got the smart watch. It is true that we’ve seen a number of smart watches being released and sold in the marketplace but what I can tell you is the race is only at the start stage and the future certainly looks exciting. 

If you think I’m a tech savvy geek, then you’re mistaken because I’m only a typical man who loves writing and technology happens to be among the obsession. Nowadays, I love to spend my leisure time writing sites and by writing technology stuffs, that’s how I keep myself updated with the most recent happenings in the technology area. My door is opened to any chance. Feel free to drop me an e-mail if you think there’s any potential synergy that can improve both our interests.