Ellie Ott i used to build them. I understand completely. working for a computer repair shop for a few years cured some of it. (too much of a good thing) i’ve had to wean myself off of some of it. choosing an iPhone over an android years ago was intentional. I asked myself “what if I had a computer that I couldn’t tinker with?” I couldn’t upgrade the battery. I couldn’t increase the memory. I couldn’t change the operating system. I couldn’t even change how to get software on it. but that was my challenge. it’s against my nature but it was good to expand

Ellie Ott
i used to build them. I understand completely.

working for a computer repair shop for a few years cured some of it. (too much of a good thing)

i’ve had to wean myself off of some of it.

choosing an iPhone over an android years ago was intentional. I asked myself “what if I had a computer that I couldn’t tinker with?”

I couldn’t upgrade the battery. I couldn’t increase the memory. I couldn’t change the operating system. I couldn’t even change how to get software on it.

but that was my challenge.

it’s against my nature but it was good to expand

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