Right now, I am wearing my t-shirt that says “Technology goddess.”
So, I thought that you would like to know.
Why on earth would anybody ever care about what you wore?
Because telling you, Dear Snarky Reader, is a good segue into my telling you about a clever, clever wee bit o’ technology.
Segue? Segue? My, my my. Aren’t you using some mighty highfalutin’ words?
Oh, be quiet. (I sure hate it when I have conversations with myself!)
Here’s a picture of a Technology Goddess shirt. Mine is just like it. But different. Mine is red.
Whew! Now that I’ve gotten that out of the way, I can talk about what I initially wanted to talk to you about.
I just stumbled across a site that sells USB drives. That in and of itself is not very clever. However, the shape of the USB drive is. It’s a key shaped one and it’s called — are you ready for this — iamaKey. (Read that really slowly so you can make sure that you get it.)
This is what it looks like:
Like I said. Clever, clever, clever.
(It doesn’t have a cap on the end. I’m wondering how a person is supposed to keep out stray bits of paper, itty bitty pieces of a gum, and shreds of fabric from a purse’s lining if there isn’t a cap for it . . .)
The 16 GB size sells for $23.69. That makes me almost sick to my stomach. Just a little over a year ago, we gave our youngest son a 16 gig jump drive. It cost almost $100 — and that was a steal at the time.
I also just happen to notice a 1 terabyte external hard drive for only $85 bucks! I can’t believe that price. It’s ridiculously low. When I think back to my first computer that had 40 MB — that’s MEGABYTES — it cost around $3,500.
I could buy over 40 of those little terabyte external hard drives for what it cost me for one computer.