It was just another morning where I was checking my feeds on the right side of my customized RockMelt browser. It’s mostly filled with marketing, technology and trending feeds from news networks, sharing platforms, and blogs. All in all to stay updated about my professional field, and yes, out of fun as well. Anyway, I clicked on a very interesting article called “Everything’s Social: A Day in the Life of Jack, a Social Media Geek“. Naturally I felt completely identified with it, so I couldn’t help but start reading the fictional exemplification. Suddenly I felt myself craving for apps and gadgets I hadn’t heard of before that were mentioned in the article. Don’t get me wrong, most of the things described in the article I’m familiar with because they too take a part in my daily life; except of course for the (spoiler alert!) cracking of Jack’s laptop screen– how frustrating and unfortunate–.
However, what called my attention the most was the “Twettle” Jack started. Why? Well being the coffee addict that I am, along with the tweeting fever coming out of my fingers, it would positively be the perfect gadget to have in my collection. Of course the Twettle is mostly used for tea as described in its own page. But how about just making a few modifications here and there? I simply fell in love with the electronic kettle.
Anyway, globally, this Jack article I found couldn’t be of more avid writing to attract people living that lifestyle. Because truth be told, pretty much anyone with a smartphone and a computer lives this life closely enough to relate. The author simply hit the target with a simple and funny story of how in reality we run through life. We’re practically wired to everything. What would happen if all of it just stops running? A major power blackout? Our dependency sometimes is scary enough to think for a moment if we were to be cut off it all. Oh how we’ve learned to be so in love with this lifestyle and its interconnectedness.