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So as you know, I’ve gone to the dark side: I now own an iPhone. AT&T, by the way. And yes, you all were right. It is awesome. The keyboard is easier to use than I had expected. The automatic … Continue reading
It’s been more than 24 hours since I purchased my iPhone through AT&T, and I think I made the right decision. I’ll admit that the prompt to finally getting the sleek and sexy “pocket printing press” was that Verizon was … Continue reading
Happy New Year! The salutation is a bit late, but the sentiment is still the same. Every year I feel as if it takes the entire month of January to get me ready for the new year. I swear I … Continue reading
We are having our office Christmas party in San Francisco, and to be honest, I think this is my first Christmas party since Chuck E. Cheese, which strangely enough I remember being really fun. I’m pretty excited but also nervous. … Continue reading
So I’ve been thinking about starting a bucket list, and today I finally did it. Today seemed fitting. It’s 24 days until my 24th birthday on December 24. There are a few things on this list that I can do … Continue reading
Me and my BlackBerry are back together kids! I can’t tell you how happy I am to be on this piece of plastic and metal, typing away. Don’t get me wrong – Android is awesome, but I missed my BBM, … Continue reading
So you might know that I have a background in sales. And after three years selling T-Mobile in retail locations, I am taking on a new challenge with a company in the Bay Area. With that said, it is a … Continue reading