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ZTE WARP Watering hole

Well, I guess it's my turn... :p

I'm 31 and I have a Associate's in Computer Management and a background in mechanics, electronics and programming. I'm employed by a machine shop doing electrical work and I also run a computer business. Ever since I was a kid I've always loved the idea of having a portable computer I could take with me, and I had (and destroyed - lol) several small PDAs, and 'learning toys' (remember the VTech PowerPad??) throughout my childhood, hardly ever being without one. When I was a teenager, I drew up plans to make a handheld computer, although it's never seen the light of day... yet. I guess in many ways my fascination with the Android platform is an extension of that childhood computer curiosity. Hey, you know what the scouts say... Be Prepared. And the Android platform allows you to do just that. No matter what situation I find myself in, my Warp is constantly helping me out. Whether it's providing relevant information, getting me un-lost (hey... I like random roadtrips :)) or helping me fix customers' computers, my Android is always there to assist.

The end.

A Mercury production.

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Oh yeah, I should do an about me.

HAI GUISE. I'm Chris, 26 years old. I enjoy photography, video games, movies, astrophysics. I've been a tech junky since I was a kid, I got an early start by taking things apart. I loved to see the inner workings of devices (like my old cassette players.) My first smartphone was an Audiovox 6600 Pocket PC, windows based. It was my first to the addiction of smart phones. After that, I had a Motorola Q, which was a GREAT device. Moved to the Blackberry curve 8330, and had that for nearly a year. Good device. It didn't die, ever. I couldn't kill it. Then I got my first android, the Motorola Devour. That phone...Well it sucked. BUT it was a SOLID BUILT phone. So it made up for that with me dropping stuff. And well there were more between, but I don't feel like typing it out. There's like 5 more between then and now...so meh.

Oh and I like anime.

and I leave you with this:

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