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Asus ZenWatch 3 Review (it’s awesome but not perfect)

6 December 2016 1:13 PM, PST

ZenWatch 3 on my wrist.

As a kid growing up in the 80’s I loved video game and calculator watches.

I was fascinated by them because I thought it was so cool you could have these electronic features in such a compact design.  I didn’t use the features much, but I sure loved the concept and loved wearing those watches.

Fast forward to 2016 where smartwatches now offer amazing functionality that any gadget geek would love.

While I’m not going to toss out my tablet and laptop and surf the web only on my ZenWatch 3, I love the idea of having so much functionality on my wrist in such a gorgeous design.

The first smartwatch I ever used Asus ZenWatch 3 Box

The ZenWatch 3 is the first smartwatch I’ve ever used.  Please keep this in mind reading this review.  Going from an old school watch to a smart watch can »

- Jon

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Why Are Celebrities Prone to Addiction?

4 December 2016 10:56 PM, PST

From the outside, celebrity life seems so glamorous. People of celebrity status are always posting pictures of themselves partaking of life’s greatest adventures. Champagne on a yacht in the middle of the Caribbean, skydiving off of stunning mountain cliffs in Peru, or lounging on the beach around the world looks like a fun time in most everybody’s book, so when celebrities post selfies in their expensive automobiles, or posing half-naked over their balconies in exotic locations, your desire to be just like them rises with a little more passion and intensity.

However, just because it looks great on the outside doesn’t mean that things are all peachy-keen on the inside. In fact, celebrities face more tumultuous lives than others due to the sheer impact of their exposure and status. Celebrities are actually extremely prone to addiction. It goes to show you that money and fame can’t buy you happiness. »

- Jennifer Gretson

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Why Are Celebrities Prone to Addiction?

4 December 2016 10:56 PM, PST

From the outside, celebrity life seems so glamorous. People of celebrity status are always posting pictures of themselves partaking of life’s greatest adventures. Champagne on a yacht in the middle of the Caribbean, skydiving off of stunning mountain cliffs in Peru, or lounging on the beach around the world looks like a fun time in most everybody’s book, so when celebrities post selfies in their expensive automobiles, or posing half-naked over their balconies in exotic locations, your desire to be just like them rises with a little more passion and intensity.

However, just because it looks great on the outside doesn’t mean that things are all peachy-keen on the inside. In fact, celebrities face more tumultuous lives than others due to the sheer impact of their exposure and status. Celebrities are actually extremely prone to addiction. It goes to show you that money and fame can’t buy you happiness. »

- Jennifer Gretson

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