My 11 year-old daughter is a self described “Geek”. I discouraged her, worrying that the word carries far too much negative connotation. But as usual she is schooling me, embracing the word in her own way, pushing the boundaries of its’ outdated definition. Jaedyn is a young black female focused on science, history and the technology that opens a bigger window to both. [Read more…]
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With Mother’s Day on the horizon gifts are on my mind, and hopefully on the minds if my kids, (if they know what’s good for them.) But sometimes to get the best gift you have to give it to yourself. That’s why I have been researching the cheapest wireless plans for the last several weeks. However, the more I’ve learned the more frustrated I’ve become. I feel like a slave to my wireless plans, tethered to it not by choice, but by necessity. Yes, my world is fueled by social media, but our collective world is increasingly dependent on cell phones, and wireless accessibility. That’s why when Collective Bias invited me to participate in a Walmart #FamilyMobile shop I jumped at the chance to try the unlimited talk text and data/web service and hopefully find the best Mother’s Day gift for, well, ME! Ok, me and my family. [Read more…]
Big milestone moments are often celebrated with a gift registry; marriage, babies. But what about graduation? That’s a milestone isn’t it? And it often signals a chapter, much like marriage and babies, that needs new and very specific stuff. That’s why I think Microsoft Windows is doing something really special this Summer with their new program “Chip In”. [Read more…]
“Once upon a time two young men from Los Angeles came to Chinatown to host a Nintendo party at Miss Lori’s house.”
That’s how the fairytale began on January 27, 2013 at my house. It’s true what they say, if you throw it they will come. And come my friends did, ready to eat, learn and of course, play. [Read more…]
I have been a cell phone free agent for months now. I keep procrastinating about making a switch not because I feel particularly loyal to my carrier, and not because I don’t need new phones, but because I have absolutely dreaded the frustrating research necessary to find the right plan to fit my family. But the wait has been worth it as many of the carriers have simplified their websites this holiday season. [Read more…]