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The Key to a good Blog or Journal

The Key to blogging, and journalism is being unbiased. To be blunt, you've got to be unilateral and be able to be open to all sides of the field. Now I know there are some people who will say that, "well my blog is my personal thoughts, and I don't care.", well that may be true but, when it comes to talking tech that's different. People don't want to hear how you hate this product, or that product. They want to know if that product works, and if so, will it work for them. Here's an example, if I sit here and bash Microsoft all day long what am I proving, nothing just that I'm a blabber mouthing fool.

The only reason I use Windows is because it works for me, it has everything I need. And yes Windows has some issues, but they're actually minor and less complicated than what you may have heard. Apple is good at making it's hardware, and it's OS. To tell you the truth what I like about apple is when app's crash on OS X, they go out politely, as compared to Windows app's when they crash. I have no hate for either company. And I know for a fact that there is a crowd I have left out of my blogs, and that wasn't fair of me. Linux is a good OS, and is vastly growing, getting bigger everyday. I have only used Linux one time and that was a year ago from a live disc. Loved the look and the interface, but what keeps me back is the lack of compatibility. 

I have my views on tech, another example is the console wars. Xbox 360 vs. Playstation 3 vs. Wii, come on give me a break. I love them all. I have an Xbox 360 and would love to have both the PS3 and the Wii but unfortunately lack of funds makes it impossible to purchase these items. Last year for my birthday I received my first mp3 player, the Zune. The 30gig model, was awesome to me. This year I'm getting an iPhone finally, and the only reason I'm getting the iPhone is again the compatibility I'll have with every social network I use. When it all comes down to it, you've got to be open minded, and listen to what others are saying. Just because something doesn't work for you doesn't mean it doesn't work for someone else. To the Linux crowd I'm sorry if you feel left out, but I will say this, I will get a blogger on here soon who will be a Linux user, thus leveling the playing field.

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