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In the last 6 or 7 years, a few new inventions or technological advances have truly improved my life. I'd like to tell you about them.
I am probably the biggest fan of digital cameras. They are expensive, but man, are they fun.
You shoot pictures, and BANG, you can see what you caught right on the camera. Is it blurry? Shoot it again. Is it dark? Shoot it again. Did you cut off Mark's head? Shoot it again. As soon as you get home, you can load them onto your computer and see them blown up in all their glory. You can email them to your friends, or print them out, or just keep them for
The best part is that they are FREE! They are FREE! Shoot a thousand pictures a week if you like! Doesn't matter! Take pictures of your toothpaste! Photograph your silverware drawer! photograph the bottom of your shoes! Snap pictures of your neighbor's roof! It is FREE!
I started off with a little Panasonic PV-DC1580 digital camera in August of 1998. It was $500, and I loved it of it, in its 1 megapixel glory. I took thousands of pictures with it.
After about a year, the tiny video display started scrolling, it also began to have other little problems.
In May 2001, I bought a 2 megapixel Canon PowerShot S300. After almost 35 thousand photos with that one. The flash started malfunctioning.
Stacy and I were just weeks from getting married, so I upgraded again to a 4 megapixel Powershot SD300. I'm at 18,000 pictures with this one and I haven't even worn off the icons yet.
I take a lot of pictures, a ton of them, and I just love digital cameras.
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May 27th, 2006